The roadshow to showcase the results of the "eInvoicing GO regional" (eIGOR) project to public administrations, small and medium enterprises and software companies, has been launched
The project, funded by the European Commission and coordinated by AgID, was born with the aim of harmonising the national electronic invoicing system to the European standard, according to the directive 2014/55/EU on e-Invoicing in public procurement which makes it mandatory for all European public administrations to accept e-Invoices conformant to the EU standard starting from March 2019.
The scheduled meetings are as follows:
- 22/3/2018 Thursday 15.00 - 17.00 Rome: event organized by Unioncamere at the Sala Sabbatini and addressed to national business associations;
- 28/3/18 Wednesday 16.00 - 18.00 Bolzano: event organized by Unioncamere in collaboration with the Chamber of Commerce of Bolzano at Palazzo Mercanti, addressed to small and medium enterprises;
- 04/04/18 Wednesday 10.30 - 13.00 Bari: an event organised by Unioncamere in collaboration with the Chamber of Commerce of Bari, addressed to small and medium enterprises;
- 05/04/18 Thursday 10.30 -13.30 Milan: event organized by Infocert at the Excelsior Hotel Gallia;
- 16/04/18 Monday 14.30 - 17.30 Rome: event organized by AgID, at its headquarters (Room B1) and addressed to Italian PEPPOL Service Providers;
- 17/04/18 Tuesday 10.30 - 13.00 Perugia: event organized by Unioncamere in collaboration with the Chamber of Commerce of Perugia and addressed to small and medium enterprises;
- 18/04/18 Wednesday 10.30 - 13.00 Turin: event organized by Uniocamere in collaboration with the Turin Chamber of Commerce at Torino Incontra Congress Center;
- 19/04/18 Thursday 10.30 - 13.30 Rome: event organized by AgID at its headquarters (room B) and addressed to central public administrations, regions, metropolitan cities and municipalities;
- 19/04/18 Thursday 14.30 - 17.30 Rome: event organized by AgID at its headquarters (Room B) and addressed to Associations representing software companies.
The calendar of meetings is constantly updated.