Overview & Highlights
Mark your calendars for the National Postal Forum to be held at the Anaheim Convention Center in Anaheim, CA May 17-20, 2015.
There is no other event offering more opportunities to learn what US Postal Service and industry leadership is planning for the future and how you and your business can best integrate USPS services and take steps necessary to get the most from your partnership with the USPS!
National Postal Forum lasts 4 days and includes a variety of educational and networking activities as well as an opportunity to browse the largest exhibit hall in the mailing industry.
If you are in the business of mail this is THE must-attend annual industry event!
Opening General Session
Attend the NPF Opening General Session and hear Postmaster General and Chief Executive Officer, Patrick Donahoe as he outlines opportunities to revitalize and shape a stronger mailing and shipping 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
Each year at the National Postal Forum U.S. Postal Service senior executives including the Deputy Postmaster General, Chief Operating Officer and Chief Information Officer come together at the NPF Executive Briefings to candidly discuss the goals and challenges of their respective offices for the current year and in the coming months.
Attending these sessions provides business savvy mailing and shipping professionals with exclusive information, valuable for leveraging USPS initiatives in 2015 and beyond.
National Meeting Of Area Focus Groups
Attending the National Meeting of Area Focus Groups allows the NPF attendee another unique opportunity to learn and benefit from all of the Area Focus Group Meetings that are held throughout the year in each of the Postal Service geographic areas. Hear first hand how the Postal Service and the Industry are working together to deliver service issue solutions, share the latest information and ideas on logistics and operations and strengthen the relationship between the mailing and shipping industry and the US Postal Service . This special session is especially beneficial to attendees with a focus on Periodicals, Standard Mail, First-Class Mail and Package Services.
USPS Officer Led Sessions
The National Postal Forum is the one event where you can learn directly from top Postal Service Executives. These critical sessions will expose you to some of the most important issues, changes and ideas that are shaping the mailing industry.
Examples of Officer Led Sessions offered at past Forums are:
- PCC Leadership Opening Session
- Intelligent Mail for Seasoned Users
- Plan to Profitability – 5 Year Plan
- Security Issues
- Innovations and Technologies
- Shipping and Mailing and Mail Entry
These Officer Led Sessions, held only at the National Postal Forum, are a unique opportunity to hear facts and insights regarding the future of shipping and mailing operations and how they may impact your business.
These USPS Officer led Sessions are always held throughout every Forum, so stay tuned! Content details will be released in the coming months as we build our 2015 program.
Exclusive Exhibit Hall Time
Learning as much as possible shouldn't mean missing the experience of innovation-in-action. More than 100 of the mailing industry's top suppliers will be on hand sharing solutions for your success on the Exhibit Floor. Thoughout the Forum, sessions will break for extended periods in order to guarantee you will have time in the Exhibit Hall without having to miss any workshops.
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.
Peer-to-Peer Roundtable Sessions
Learn new perspectives and exchange innovative ideas at the 2015 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.