Nominate yourself or an extern organisation for the E-Invoicing Award 2024

You have untill 1 October!

With great pride we can announce that the E-Invoicing Award will be presented for the third time! With the legal requirement for all invoices, electronic invoicing is becoming the new norm. Especially with new legislation set to come into force from 1 January 2026. Many organisations are transforming and further digitising to meet this new obligation. It is time to highlight the organisations taking the lead in this. They are setting an example for many other organisations. In the video you’ll see Ann Magnus, Winner of the E-Invoicing Award 2022. She tells more about the award and why she nominated her organisation for the award.

Organisations from all over Belgium can apply for the E-Invoicing Award 2024 untill October 1st. Submit your candidacy now or nominate the organisation that should stand a chance of winning this award!

The award ceremony will take place at the E-Invoicing Conference 2024 at BluePoint, Brussels at October 22.

Do you want to nominate your organistion or someone else's?

From now untill 1 October 2024 you can nominate your own organisation, or an extern organisation for the E-Invoicing Award 2024. All you have to do is click one of the buttons and fill in the form.

Maybe you will be the winner of the E-invoicing Award 2024!

To nominate your organisation for the E-invoicing Award is a good way to check where you are in the process of digitalisation, and it’s a nice way to meet other companies.

Ann Magnus, CEO, Magnus Business Gifts and Winner of the E-Invoicing Award 2022

Meet the jury

Bart Meert

Bart Meert

Business Group Leader Digital Industry at AGORIA

Joep Crompvoets

Joep Crompvoets

Professor in the Public Sector’ and Research Manager

Erwin de Pue

Erwin de Pue

Founder and Managing Director of AVSAconsult Comm.V

Serge Libert

Serge Libert

eGOV Project Manager at BOSA

Olivier Vandenabeele

Olivier Vandenabeele

Adviser - Economy & Professions, UCM

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