Unlocking Global Growth: Navigating Indirect Tax in New Markets and Digital Channels


Expanding your business into new markets or digital channels can be a great opportunity for growth. But the barriers to cross-border trade are getting tougher.

For many, the goal of an omnichannel, seamless sales process is hampered by new and complex foreign seller rules around the end-to-end management of VAT compliance, including tax determination, invoicing (both real time reporting and customer invoice), registration and filing and regulations on digital services.

To successfully navigate this red-tape, your finance, IT and tax teams must be aware of the requirements and challenges.

Don't let tax complexity hold back your growth potential.

Download these slides to discover:

  • How to meet the real-time tax ID validation requirements for digital businesses
  • The impact of the buyer location on the VAT process, including invoicing, calculation and registration
  • The types of solutions available for determining the location of tax, calculating the applicable rate, managing thresholds and reporting tax
  • How leading companies manage VAT/GST compliance in 70+ Countries

Expanding into new markets also opens additional tax obligations, but don’t let that stop you.



Niall Kiernan

Niall Kiernan

Senior Director of Product Management for eCommerce and Marketplaces, Vertex
Susie West

Susie West

CEO, sharedserviceslink
Gaurav Patney

Gaurav Patney

Director, EY
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