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Marquette and Northwestern Mutual to host 2018 Milwaukee Blockchain Conference, Nov. 30

The Milwaukee Blockchain Conference is a premier event for entrepreneurs and established companies to learn about the opportunities with blockchain technology.

By - Nov 26th, 2018 10:10 am

MILWAUKEE — The Marquette Blockchain Lab is partnering with Northwestern Mutual to host the 2018 Milwaukee Blockchain Conference on Friday, Nov. 30, from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Northwestern Mutual Tower and Commons.

The Milwaukee Blockchain Conference will bring together more than 300 business leaders, entrepreneurs and students, and feature 25 speakers across two interest-specific tracks, as well as roundtable discussions and networking sessions. Topics will include blockchain applications in banking, healthcare, government, manufacturing and real estate, as well as other entrepreneurial discussions. A full conference agenda is available online.

The Milwaukee Blockchain Conference is a premier event for entrepreneurs and established companies to learn about the opportunities with blockchain technology and to connect with like-minded people. Enterprise attendees will explore blockchain technology for its potential to increase efficiency and reduce costs of business operations. Entrepreneurship attendees will learn how blockchain technology is enabling innovative business models and creating opportunities for industry disruptions.

More information, as well as tickets, are available online.

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