2015 kicked-off auspiciously and foreshadows some technological breakthroughs. In this spirit, we would like to invite you for 18th time to our monthly Stammtisch in Sektor 5, also known as one of the hottest startup spots in Vienna.
This time the panel discussion is about “Tax & Legal – What’s New in the Year 2015?”. We will discuss the Mini One-Stop-Shop Scheme aka MOSS implemented on January 1st, 2015, by which supplies of telecommunications, broadcasting and electronically supplied services made by EU suppliers to private individuals and non-business customers will be taxable in the Member State of the customer. We will discuss how this affects digital startups, of course in the context of other relevant tax and legal issues.
We’ve created a panel of tax experts, as well as a representative of a digital startup involved with the topic:
Thomas Pamminger (www.wollzelle.com),
Barbara Edelmann (www.deloitte.at)
Roman Reicha (www.btp.at)
In the traditional manner, we’ve got an active investor joining. Business angelina Selma Prodanovic will be in the audience awaiting for you to approach her.
“Startup Speed Dating” proved to be great last time, so we will definitely do it again. To make your “dating” and networking more enjoyable, IoT startup Twingz (www.twingz.com) was kind enough to sponsor the drinks. So cheers to them!
We’ve prepared the already well established atmosphere for sharing startup knowledge and networking, and are looking forward to an inspiring evening!
P.S: If you need to feed your brain a bit on the topic before the panel discussion, check out this article: http://www2.deloitte.com/global/en/pages/tax/articles/eu-2015-place-of-supply-changes-mini-one-stop-shop.html”
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