Obashi, first Scottish company to join the World Economic Forumâ€™s Global Innovators Community
Scottish fintech ObashiÂ has become the first Scottish business to join the World Economic Forumâ€™s Global Innovators Community, an invitation-only group of the worldâ€™s most promising start-ups. It providesÂ a tool to engage with public and private sector leaders and to contribute new solutions to overcome current crises and build future resiliency.
In their latest white paper, â€œA Roadmap for Cross-Border Data Flows: Future-Proofing Readiness and Cooperation in the New Data Economyâ€, the forum recently recognised that understanding dataflow is paramount when developing the Fourth Industrial Revolution.
â€œWe are delighted to have Obashi join our Global Innovators Community,â€Â says.Â We are excited to work with Obashi within the Data Policy Platform given their focus on data flows as a key to accessing the opportunities of the new global data economyâ€Â
Sheila Warren, Head of Blockchain, Digital Assets and Data Policy at the World Economic Forum.
Obashi provides a flexible dataflow governance model that enables any organisation to understand and unlock their dataflow potential.
â€œDataflow underpins every industry on the planet, and itâ€™s exciting and heartening to now see it being recognised as a vital global utility and a key component part of the Fourth Industrial Revolution.Â Weâ€™re delighted to be the first Scottish company to begin collaborating with the World Economic Forum and other technology leaders as part of the Global Innovatorâ€™s Community.â€Â
Fergus Cloughley, CEO of Obashi
As part of the Global Innovators Community, Obashi will help define the global agenda on key issues with a particular focus on shaping the future of technology governance â€“ Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning.