Sovos is a Gold sponsor of Tax Executive Institute’s 75th Annual Conference. Engage with our team during two speaking session and and offsite event, or book 1:1 time to discuss your compliance strategy.
Sunday, October 22
11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Taste of New York City Tour
The first stop will be the Market at Grand Central Terminal, where guests will experience the traditional New York bagel. From there, guests will head to a true New York “cupcake café” and we will visit a quintessential New York City deli. The group will also have pizza in classic NYC style – on the go!
We will then stroll through NYC’s famous Chinatown – taking in a traditional Chinese market. To end our day on a sweet note, we will visit a famous historical bakery in Little Italy where the cannoli are divine.
Reserve your spot for this intimate experience today.
6:30-7:30 p.m. Welcome Reception with Exhibitors
Celebrate TEI’s 75th Annual Conference with this kickoff event. Drop off your coat and swing by the Sovos table to meet subject matter expert, Michele Guindon, and ask any questions about incorporating tax technology with your team. Partner manager, Emily Cripe, will also be available to discuss strategic partnerships.
Monday, October 23
In this first full day of sessions, make sure to plan your breaks wisely! Book 1:1 time to discuss your sales and use tax, VAT or 1099 compliance needs.
Review the event agenda before traveling to make the most out of your conference time.
Tuesday, October 24
11 a.m.-12 p.m. Tech-Savvy Tax Administrations—The New Frontier
Joining a panel of other tax technology experts, Michele Guindon will share her experiences in the tax industry from a leading software company, consulting and technology perspective. Some key highlights include the focus on data integrity and management, the shift from viewing the tax department as a cost center to a value-driven business capability and the rise of technology in the frequency and focus of tax audits.
4:45-6 p.m. Wayfair at 5: Where are We Now?
Sovos’ Chuck Maniace, VP, regulatory analysis and design, will be participating in a panel discussion with other sales tax experts, reflecting on how the compliance landscape has changed in the five years since the landmark South Dakota v. Wayfair decision. Chuck will undoubtedly engage his fellow panelists on the impact of states becoming more reliant on sales tax revenue in funding their governments and what steps legislators and regulators must take to ensure sales tax never becomes an “undue burden.”
Wednesday, October 25
In this last half-day of sessions, you will find topics under the technology, international tax, federal tax and tracks.
Be sure to plan your travel home accordingly and attend any last-minute sessions your organization needs to prepare for another year of compliance success.