The Premier Conference for the Mailing Industry Professional
The National Postal Forum continues to gather the mailing industry's most influential leaders and innovators of our day and the 2015 NPF will offer no exception. From May 17-20, 2015 in warm and sunny Anaheim, CA the NPF will deliver four days of inspired addresses, instructional workshops and networking events designed to enable greater successes for you and your business.
Top industry experts will speak about evolving trends, technologies and more at the 2015 NPF. This is the only venue where so many top USPS Executives take the floor to share insights on current and future policies that are shaping today's mailing industry. NPF's robust educational offering includes more than 130 workshops across four mailing industry-focused tracks. You will also have the opportunity to strengthen ties with industry professionals during numerous networking events. Learn, share and network with us in Anaheim where we'll work together to keep the mailing industry strong!
Wednesday Partnership Recognition Luncheon Featuring Keynote Speaker James Bradley
Full registration attendees will enjoy a seated lunch where strong mailing industry partnerships will be recognized.
Sponsored By - Pitney Bowes
Mark Shearer, Executive Vice President and President, SMB Mailing Solutions of Pitney Bowes will introduce the guest speaker...
Author of the New York Times bestselling book, Flags of Our
Fathers. An inspirational storyteller, Bradley shares the story of
six young men (one of them being his father) responsible for
putting the fl ag up on Iwo Jima during WWII and how they came
to embody the power of “doing the impossible”. Refl ecting
on his own victories along with the lives of these six soldiers,
Bradley inspires us all to overcome the “impossibles” in our life
by seeking out challenges, staying committed, and focused.
Opening General Session
Attend the Opening General Session on Monday and hear Postmaster General and Chief Executive Officer, Patrick Donahoe as he outlines opportunities to revitalize and shape a stronger mailing industry. He'll also address the many ways the US Postal Service is working to provide powerful solutions for a successful future.
A must-attend NPF event!
Executive Briefing Sessions
NPF attendess will hear from U.S. Postal Service senior executives including the Deputy Postmaster General, Chief Operating Officer and Chief Information Officer.
It has never been more important for the mailing industry to work collaboratively to address its shared challenges and to strengthen its role in the American Economy. There is no other gathering where you can hear and learn from the top level Executives at the USPS. Attend these sessions to obtain valuable information on how to leverage USPS initiatives in 2014 and beyond.
More detailed information will be provided in the comings weeks so stay tuned!
Exclusive Exhibit Hall Time
Take time on Wednesday from 9am-12pm and experience innovation-in-action. More than 100 of the mailing industry's top suppliers will be on hand sharing solutions for your success.
What's more, you'll find the USPS Service & Consultation Center back on the exhibit floor - offering more solutions and expertise for all NPF attendees.
National Meeting Of Area Focus Groups
On Sunday morning, attend the National Meeting of Area Focus Groups and benefit from the Area Focus Group meetings held throughout the year in each of the Postal Service geographic areas. See how the Postal Service and Industry are becoming Stronger Together by delivering solutions to service issues, providing the latest information and ideas and offering opportunities to interface with management. This special session is for all Periodicals, Standard Mail, First-Class Mail and Package Services Forum attendees.
Peer-to-Peer Roundtable Sessions
Learn new perspectives and exchange innovative ideas at the 2014 NPF Peer-to-Peer Roundtables Session.
Here, attendees will have the opportunity to discuss relevant issues that cover a variety of topics – there is something for everyone! Attendees will not need to pre-register and can select their table topic upon arrival. Tables will be filled on a first come first served basis.