The conference, organised by iLabs and the WWW Foundation, targeted a broad audience, people with different skills, with its workshops and talks: WordPress users, bloggers, large and small companies with news sites, executives, web designers and retailers who sell products created with WordPress daily. Thus, the topics were also very diverse: accessibility of WordPress for people with disabilities, latest WordPress plug-ins and developments, security of WordPress websites, optimal hosting, audio branding and much more. In addition to the exciting presentations, the conference also included several workshops and a networking area for discussions.
VAT and customs – challenges in cross-border e-commerce.
eClear was live on stage on the second day of the event. Roman Maria Koidl, founder and CEO of eClear, spoke about the challenges in cross-border e-commerce.
VAT and customs – challenges in cross-border e-commerce. How can you save money and make your business more efficient? Rapid expansion into European markets, portfolio expansion, scaling, increasing efficiency, outsourcing VAT risks and declaration obligations. In cross-border B2C goods traffic, the country of destination principle applies: traders must calculate VAT according to the regulations applicable in the respective country of the recipient and report and pay it to the tax authorities there. The presentation asked and answered the questions, “How can you optimise your processes to further scale your business?” “What automation solutions are there for cross-border e-commerce?”.