Open for everyone!
Revenu Québec and its partners, the Canada Revenue Agency and the Cercle de réflexion et d’échange des dirigeants des administrations fiscales, invite interested individuals from all fields and backgrounds to attend the Conference on the Digital Economy and Tax Authorities (CDETA). Running for two and a half days, this international event will bring together digital economy experts from around the world. While the focus is on tax authorities, this conference is a must for all organizations facing the challenges and opportunities of the digital economy that require constant innovation.
CDETA is the perfect forum for sharing expertise and best practices for the new digital economy. Come set your sights firmly on the future!
Inspire. Engage. Innovate.
This international event will bring together representatives from the public and private sectors. It will provide a platform to hear the unique insights of experts from all sectors of the digital economy. Their participation will foster discussion on the main issues stemming from emerging tax challenges, and showcase digital economy initiatives worldwide. Moreover, the conference provides an extraordinary forum to discuss key issues, share ideas and pool expertise with people from around the world!
CDETA presents an excellent opportunity to forge new ties as together we share and build knowledge, expertise and best practices for the digital economy. In short, CDETA promises to be an exciting and inspiring event that puts the future firmly in our sights!
On May 14–16, 2019, come join our panel of worldwide experts!
Here are the topics we’ll cover:
- Transformation of the economy and society
- Tax services for the 21st century
- Distributed ledgers (blockchain) and cryptocurrencies
- The digital economy in CREDAF member countries
- Industry perspectives
- The sharing economy
- International perspectives
- Artificial intelligence
Three partners coming together to offer you a unique experience!
As administrator of the Québec tax system, Revenu Québec ensures that everyone contributes their fair share to the public treasury. It therefore plays an essential role in the government by collecting the sums needed to fund public services and by making sure taxpayers quickly receive the amounts to which they are entitled. In carrying out its mission, Revenu Québec strives to be Fair. For all. More than a simple motto, these few words encompass everything that Revenu Québec endeavours to uphold.
Founded in 1982 in Yaoundé, Cameroon, the CREDAF is a non-profit, non-governmental organization that provides a forum for the leaders of the tax authorities of 30 French-speaking countries across 4 continents. It fosters dialogue and discussion between member countries and promotes multilateral international cooperation based on shared experiences in order to help tax authorities modernize and meet performance-related challenges. The CREDAF works with a number of international organizations and institutions and is a member of the Network of Tax Organisations (NTO).
The CRA administers tax, benefits, and related programs, and ensures compliance on behalf of governments across Canada, thereby contributing to the ongoing economic and social well-being of Canadians. The CRA is the model for trusted tax and benefit administration, providing unparalleled service and value to its clients, and offering its employees outstanding career opportunities. It is committed to contributing to the well-being of Canadians and the efficiency of government by delivering world-class tax and benefit administration that is responsive, effective, and trusted.