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Borderless Real-Time Economy (RTE) Round Table to discuss the future of RTE services


On Thursday and Friday, RTE Round Table event is taking place in Tallinn, where participants introduce the newest RTE projects in the sector and discuss the future of real-time economy system in the Baltics and Europe. Round table is organised by Estonian Ministry of Economic Affairs and Communications.

The two-day round table will bring together RTE experts from Estonia, Finland, Latvia, Lithuania, Norway and Denmark. One of the participants is also the so-called Grand Old Man of real-time economy concept and the creator of online banking in Finland, Bo Harald.

“Real-time economy gives companies and countries more opportunities to manage their businesses and activities in an automated environment where all business transactions are completed in real time. The goal of the round table is to invite together any RTE related projects representatives to share their project findings and outcomes and to find similar interests,” said Ministry of Economic Affairs and Communications Programme manager and Policy Area Innovation coordinator within EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region Reet Reismaa.

Several important RTE projects in the Baltics are being introduced at the round table, such as Digital Innovation Network project DIGINNO, Estonian ICT Cluster’s initiated real-time economy project Internet of Business, Omniva’s e-receipt project, an automated data exchange project Nordic Smart Government, digital accounting and standardization program TALTIO and two Estonian Tax and Custom’s Board projects Reporting 3.0, and Tax Declaration as a Background Process and Business Account for Natural Person in collaboration with LHV bank.

First day of the round table is taking place on Thursday, February 1st at 12PM, where all the main RTE projects are being presented. The second and final day of the round table is full of workshops and group discussions, and is taking place on Friday, February 2nd.

The event will be held on both days in Tallinn Old Town, Teacher’s House Crown Hall (address Raekoja plats 14). Official language of the round table is English.

RTE Round Table is organised by Estonian Ministry of Economic Affairs and Communications in cooperation with Technology Industries of Finland, DIMECC Ltd. (Finland) and projects DIGINNO and IoB (Internet of Business), and is funded under PACINNO project by Interreg BSR programme 2014-2020.

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Additional information:

Estonian Ministry of Economic Affairs and Communications
reet.reismaa [at]

Estonian Association of Information Technology and Telecommunications 
sirli.heinsoo [at]

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