Panelist at EU’s “Digital Estonia–Benchmarking Good Practices” conference
Part of the excitement of working internationally is that at times, you have a chance to become heard by decision-makers and—perhaps—create a small wave in the ocean of international politics that pushes things in the right direction.
You may remember my participation at the EU’s first Single Market Forum held in Krakow, Poland, in October 2011, a result of the story I wrote about e-invoicing not working within the EU. (If you don’t, I won’t blame you. Read the background and watch the video here.)
The story continues. The European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) is organising a Public Hearing titled Digital Estonia – Benchmarking good practices in Tallinn on Friday June 1, 2012. I’ve been invited as one of the panelists.
If you happen to be around in Tallinn on Friday, perhaps we’ll meet?
Click on the image for the full programme (pdf).