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C4DTI Digital Trade Conference & Awards

Working together to make trade cheaper, faster, simpler, sustainable and more secure

17 – 18 April 2024
Day 1 – Virtual | Day 2 – In-person

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900+

Attendees

50+

Speakers

40

Countries

2

Days

1

Award ceremony

What is C4DTI DTC?

The Digital Trade Conference (DTC) is the annual, international, flagship event for ICC Centre for Digital Trade and Innovation (C4DTI). Taking place on 17–18 April 2024, it will discuss practical implementation, results from recent pilot initiatives and ongoing roll-outs:

• How we can implement interoperable systems across border with government and industry, drawing on international best practice
• Implementing international legal, rules and standards frameworks consistently across global supply chains
• Best practice solutions, lessons learnt from pilot initiatives and access to the international experts and thought leaders leading projects and programmes
• Practical solutions to managing key risks across global supply chains – data security, cybersecurity, and fraud
• Insights and thought leadership

Come join us at our annual C4DTI Digital Trade Conference where we will be focusing on the practical benefits of digitalising the trade ecosystem and discussing the “HOW” & with “WHAT RESULT”.

Registrations are now open! Click on the “Buy Tickets” button at the top of this page.

If you are interested in participating as a speaker or hearing more about sponsorship opportunities, please contact us at events@iccwbo.uk

2024 Logistics

Day 1 – Virtual – Wednesday 17 April

Conference – 10am – 3pm UK time

NOTE: Day 1 consists of two webinars. These take place via zoom webinars at 10am – 11am and 2pm – 3pm UK time. Please register for the day to receive links to each webinar. These will be released nearer the event date.

 

Day 2 – In-person, London – Thursday 18 April

Conference – 8.30am – 5.30pm UK time

Deloitte, 2 New Street Square (1st Floor), London, EC4A 3BZ

C4DTI Awards – 6pm – 10pm UK time

The Great Hall, Lincoln’s Inn Fields, London, WC2A 3TL

Learning Outcomes

Delegates will come away with a clear understanding of:

  • what initiatives are underway and what lessons can be learnt
  • what practical solutions can be applied
  • what the return on investment will be
  • what still needs to be prioritised to digitalise trade systems and processes
  • where further investment needs to be targeted
  • where the barriers, bottlenecks and opportunities are
  • best practice insights from global experts leading projects and programmes

Why attend an ICC United Kingdom event?

By attending our conference, you know that the content, speakers, and delegates are there to create outcomes that drive meaningful change at the highest level.

Our goal is to digitalise 60–80% of world trade by 2026 to make trade cheaper, faster, and simpler — all legal barriers removed and rules and standards frameworks in place so data and information can flow unimpeded.

ICC United Kingdom have been at the heart of driving the digitalisation of trade since 2017. We played a significant role in the establishment of the Electronic Trade Documents Act 2023 which removed all legal requirements to handle documents of title on paper, enabling companies to transact digitally under public law for the first time.

We remain at the forefront of trade digitalisation implementation with both business and government. Our recent initiatives include the Corporate Digitalisation Taskforce convening leading global corporates to help them realise the benefits of digital trade, our whitepaper on digital identities and a Trade Digitalisation Implementation Roadmap that will reinforce the need for interoperable reliable systems.

Don’t just sit back and listen, be part of the conversation that will shape the future of trade.

Who is this event for?

This event is for industry and government practitioners involved in delivering a cheaper, faster and simpler trading system.

It is primarily a technical event, aimed at decision makers across the spectrum of buyers, sellers, corporate finance, compliance, procurement, supply chain management, freight forwarding, port systems, warehousing, logistics, insurance, legal, customs, IT software and technology solution providers.

For any queries regarding registration and/or payments, please contact events@iccwbo.uk 

2024 Speakers

Pamela Mar, Managing Director, ICC Digital Standards Initiative

Max Hacon, Programme Director, HM Revenue & Customs

Baroness Neville-Rolfe, Minister of State

Luca Galbiati, Director, Abercore

Bruna Romano, Director Global Customs & Trade Compliance, PUMA

Nick Reeks, Director IT, Tata Steel

Niels Nuyens, Head of Digital Trade, Digital Container Shipping Association (DCSA)

Lars Karlsson, Global Head of Trade & Customs Consulting, A.P. Møller-Mærsk A/S

Dietmar Jost, Advisor, Customs and Security, Global Express Association

Dominic Broom, SVP Working Capital Technology, Arqit

Naresh Aggarwal, Associate Director Policy & Technical, Association of Corporate Treasurers

Sean Edwards, Chairman, The International Trade and Forfaiting Association

Emmanuelle Ganne, Senior Analyst, WTO

John Taylor, Co-Founder, Centre for Applied Sustainable Transition Law

Erick Sirali, Director, Digital Trade, TradeMark Africa

Jane Smith, Managing Director, Jointine

Satvinder Singh, Deputy Secretary-General, ASEAN

Vashti Maharaj, Adviser, Digital Trade Policy, Commonwealth Secretariat

Boaz Lessem, Chief Legal Regulation and Partnerships Officer, WaveBL

Sunil Senapati, Chief Executive Officer, XDC Trade Network

Peter MacSwiney, Former Chairman, Joint Customs Consultative Committee

Justice Dr. Adam Mambi, Judge of the High Court of Tanzania

Lee Simpson, Partner, Borders & Trade, Deloitte

Shannon Manders, Editorial Director, Global Trade Review

Stephan Wolf, Chief Executive Officer, GLEIF

David Dixon, Made Smarter Project Lead, Teeside University

Kate Foster, Head of International Affairs, Federation of Small Businesses

Grant Hunter, Director for Standards, Innovation and Research, BIMCO

Jaya Vohra, Managing Director, Global Head of Trade & Working Capital Product & Client Management, Barclays

Miles Rothbury, Group Treasurer, Boohoo

Parvaiz Dalal, Managing Director, Global Head Payables Finance, Citi

Markus Wohlgeschaffen, Managing Director & Head of Markets and Sales, Traxpay

Clare Rowley, Head of Business Operations, GLEIF

Shobhit Singh, Head of Trade Finance, Concentrates, Trafigura

Martina Ferracane, Professor of International Trade, Teeside University

Susan Ashworth, Senior Trade Finance Specialist, Matalan

Mark Ling, Head of Trade & Working Capital, Santander UK

Yann Duval, Chief, Trade Facilitation Unit, Trade and Investment Division, UNESCAP

Geraldina Iraheta, Chief Commercial Officer, Digital Catapult

Nick Davies, Director, Centre for Digital Trade and Innovation

Chris Southworth, Secretary General, ICC United Kingdom

Hannah Nguyen, Director-Digital Ecosystems, ICC Digital Standards Initiative 

Wayne Mills, Corporate Finance Advisor to Corporate Digitalisation Taskforce, ICC United Kingdom

Tim Nicolle, Founder & Chief Product Officer, Primatrade

Alejandro Pernías, CEO, edoxOnline

Ayesha Ali, Deputy Director, Digital Trade and Telecoms, Department for Business and Trade

Daan De Vlieger, Global Trade Advisory Partner, Deloitte

Michael Vrontamitis, Founding Partner, T3i Partner Network

About the Awards

ENTRIES FOR THE 2024 C4DTI AWARDS ARE NOW CLOSED

The ceremony takes place on Thursday 18 April 2024, and will showcase and celebrate global best practice in trade digitalisation.

The event supports the objectives of the C4DTI and takes place alongside the Digital Trade Conference to bring together industry and government practitioners and recognises excellence on both a corporate and individual level with regards to those involved in delivering a cheaper, faster and simpler trading system.

2024 Shortlist

Best Crossborder Trade Software System/ Technology Solutions Provider of the Year

  • GSBN
  • Mercore
  • PrimaTrade Systems Limited
  • Surecomp
  • TradeSun
  • TradeWaltz Inc
  • XDC Trade Network & Yodaplus Technologies

NEW Category: Best Customs Software System/Technology Solutions Provider of the Year

  • Azarc®
  • Flytta
  • iCustoms
  • PMCG – Policy and Management Consulting Group

NEW Category: Best Agri Software System/Technologies Solutions Provider of the Year

  • AgrigateOne
  • io
  • Covantis

NEW Category: Best Digital Trade Documents Provider

  • edoxOnline
  • Secro
  • WaveBL

Best Use of Interoperable Digital Trade Technology in the Banking Sector

  • Cleareye.ai
  • IMDA
  • Lloyds Bank, Enigio, CargoX
  • Traxpay GmbH and Arqit Ltd
  • Traydstream

Best Advisor of the Year

  • HFW
  • IMDA
  • Mercore

Best Corporate Adopter

  • Boohoo
  • Matalan
  • Metals & Mining Digitalisation Forum
  • Rio Tinto

Best Port or Logistics Systems Operator

  • iCustoms
  • A.P. Møller-Maersk and IBM Consulting

Director’s Award for the Individual who has made the greatest contribution to the Digitalisation of International Trade

  • Emmanuelle Ganne, Senior Analyst, World Trade Organization
  • Greg Whitaker, CEO, AgrigateOne
  • Lars Karlsson, Global Head of Trade and Customs Consulting, P. Møller-Maersk
  • Dr Miriam Goldby, Professor of Shipping, Insurance and Commercial Law and Director of Research at the Centre for Commercial Law Studies, Queen Mary University of London
  • Sean Edwards, Chairman, The International Trade and Forfaiting Association

Trade Finance Digital Pioneer of the Year

  • Haitham Elsaid, QNB Al Ahli (QNBAA)
  • Hussam Alkokhon, CQUR BANK
  • Jon Boran, Lloyds Bank
  • Rebecca Harding, Rebeccanomics
  • Stephanie Betant, Sukrant Gupta and Saurabh Udernani, HSBC

Best Industry Champion

  • Business West
  • HSBC
  • IMDA
  • Lloyds Bank
  • Nate Vision
  • Standard Chartered
  • Sullivan & Worcester UK LLP

 

View all the photos from the 2023 awards dinner here