Since July 2021, new rules for e-commerce within the European Union are in place, are you all set?
Value-Added Tax and Authorized Representatives rules have changed and everyone in the e-commerce supply chain is affected, from online sellers and marketplaces/platforms both inside and outside the EU, to postal operators and couriers, customs and tax administrations, right through to consumers.
Three months later, what are the key takeaways after the implementation?
The U.S. Commercial Service, part of the Department of Commerce’s International Trade Administration, is inviting exporters and others to learn from experts how to adjust to these changes and ask questions at an upcoming virtual webinar.
What You Will Learn
- New EU VAT Rules since July 1, 2021.
- New rules for EU Authorized Representatives since July 16, 2021 (regulation on market surveillance and compliance).
- Logistics—Servicing your European customers.
- Assistance provided by the Commercial Service’s E-commerce Team in Europe to develop your online business in the region.
Speakers for the Event
- Britta Eriksson, CEO – EuroVAT
- Soufyan Lamdini, Compliance Expert – Certification Experts
- Jelle de Rooij, Senior Manager Supply Chain Solutions – HIDC
- Rose-Marie Faria, E.U. E-Commerce Team Coordinator, U.S. Commercial Service France
- Location: Virtual/Online
- Date: Wednesday, September 22, 2021
- Time: 11:00 AM — 12:00 PM EST
- Cost: $25 per participant
If you have questions in the U.S., contact Linda.Abbruzzese@trade.gov or Tricia.McLain@trade.gov; for questions in Europe, contact Rose-Marie.Faria@trade.gov.
This webinar will conclude with a question and answer session.