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Introduction to EBRA Conference June 2019

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Introduction to EBRA Conference June 2019

  1. 1. Kersti Rätsep Kersti.ratsep@rik.ee Centre of Registers and Information Systems EBRA 2019 Team
  2. 2. „Moving towards inspired yet responsible digital changes“ 5-7 June 2019 Swissotel Tallinn, Estonia
  3. 3. Estonia Finland Russia Estonia Europe Latvia Lithuania Sweden Poland + currency: Euro + area: 45,339 km2 + member of: EU, Eurozone, OECD, NATO and Schengen + Government: Parliamentary democracy + Capital: Tallinn + Official language: Estonian
  4. 4. People + 1.3 million + 190+ nationalities + 70% Estonians
  5. 5. 51% forest Clean environment + 4th best urban air quality + 17% farmland organic + 22% of territory wildlife preserves + 2222 islands
  6. 6. A Digital Society + 99% state services are online + digital signature saves 5 days a year + e-Residency 300 meters A stack of paper saved each month
  7. 7. Information society indicators Entire country is covered with a broadband connection 98% of the population has an ID-card 1st country to use blockchain on national level 30% of the population uses i-Voting 98% of companies established online 99% of banking done online
  8. 8. Main Topics E-governance - Digital by Default Principle Cross-border cooperation between Business Registers The value of digital transformation in the registries for entrepreneurs Disruptive technologies and the future of registries
  9. 9. The ‘Once Only’ & Business Registers workshop
  10. 10. Welcome Reception Tallinn Teachers’ House 5th of June
  11. 11. Gala Dinner The Seaplane Harbour 6th of June
  12. 12. Tallinn Old Town Guided Walking Tour 7th of June
  13. 13. Register now Early Bird registration is open until 30th of April
  14. 14. Follow us! #EBRATallinn EBRATallinn EBRATallinn info@ebra2019.ee www.ebra2019.ee

Notes de l'éditeur

  • The EBRA is formed in 2019 as a result of the merger between the European Commerce Registers’ Forum (ECRF) and the European Business Register (EBR).
    The Conference itself, previously named after the ECRF, will be held for the 22nd time and provides a chance for business registries to jointly explore common issues, and exchange ideas, knowledge and expertise.
  •  First conference of the European Business Registry Association (EBRA). Hosted by Ministry of Justice and Centre of Registers and Information Systems
     
    Digital progress is transforming not only our registries, but our societies and economies as well, challenging the effectiveness of policies developed earlier. It is our duty to face these challenges to meet the needs and expectations of citizens and businesses.
  • The Capital of Estonia is Tallinn. Our currency is Euro, we are a member state of the EU, NATO and the Schengen Area.
  • Estonia is one of the cleanest countries in the world and our untouched nature is accessible to all. Forests cover over half of Estonian territory. More than 40% of them are certified as organic collection areas. According to World Health Organization Estonia holds the 4th place in urban air quality in the world.
  • We’re the startup nation of Europe. Most of our state services are available online, which means there’s very little bureaucracy. You can pay taxes or register a company online. Sign documents digitally or check your health records.

    Through e-Residency program we offer business services also to people outside of Estonia.
  • It is time to lay the foundations for further digital evolution and joint actions between business registers to provide borderless, user-friendly, end-to-end digital services to all businesses. Our efforts can be greatly facilitated by collaboration, interoperable solutions and sharing good practices.
    The Conference will involve a variety of interactive panels moderated by  as we explore the possibilities of inspiring yet responsible solutions to the challenges of digital progress.

    Development of eGovernment has a central role to play in meeting Europe’s social, economic, environmental and political challenges and in making use of the emerging digital opportunities. – Keynote by Mr Siim Sikkut Government CIO
    Businesses have expanded beyond national borders. This has led to the demand for increased cooperation between business registers. Directive on the use of digital tools and processes in company law and different projects (i.e TOOP, EBOCS, EBRA etc.) that showcase how cross-border interaction, and data exchange can lift the burden from registrars and entrepreneurs.  - Keynote Prof Dr. Dr. Robert Krimmer – Coordinator of TOOP programme
    Digital capacities are essential for facing global competition. Europe's international competitiveness is constrained by the low digitisation of its small and medium-sized enterprises, a problem that requires improving access to finance, technology and skills – Keynote by Mr. Frank Grozel - Co-ordinator of Business Facilitation Programme, United Nations Conference on Trade and Development
    How can business registries benefit from different new technologies, e.g. artificial intelligence solutions?  Keynote by Mr Søren Corfixsen Whitt
    Head of Division, Danish Business Authority News from company law working group IBRR Survey working group, EBRA; IACA, CRF 2020
  • The aim of the workshop is to present the preliminary results of the Project and to discuss the ‘once-only’ principle in relation to the domain of business registers. Presentations and discussion will focus specifically on the perspectives from TOOP pilots involving business registers, including relevant business and technical aspects.T
    5th of June 10:00
  • The Teachers’ House has played an important role in the development of Tallinn since the 13th century. Medieval documents refer to the citizens that lived and worked here.  In the heart of the Old Town
  • The Seaplane Harbour, including the Seaplane Hangar, was built to become part of Peter the Great’s naval fortress 100 years ago on orders from the Russian emperor Nicholas II. The architecture of the Hangar is remarkable, featuring the world’s first columnless thin-shell concrete domes of such volume. The building was used for seaplanes until the Second World War.
    The Seaplane Harbour accommodates one of Europe’s grandest maritime museums. You are invited to see the authentic submarine Lembit from the 1930s, a Short 184 seaplane, mines, cannons and many other life-sized exhibits.
  •  the best preserved medieval city in Northern Europe boasting Gothic spires, winding cobblestone streets and enchanting architecture. Once a home to wealthy merchants settling from Germany, Denmark and beyond, Unlike many other capital cities in Europe, Tallinn has managed to wholly preserve its structure of medieval and Hanseatic origin. Due to its exceptionally intact 13th century city plan, the Old Town was inscribed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1997, joining the ranks of the world’s most recognised landmarks. Here you'll find original cobblestone streets dotted with medieval churches and grandiose merchant houses, barns and warehouses many of which date back to the Middle Ages.
  • Registration is open until 21th of May Information about hotels, venues, speakers is available on our website.

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