Top industry experts from across the globe will gather at the 2013 NPF to share the information you need to succeed today and tomorrow. Take advantage of the opportunity to hear top USPS executive leaders detail what’s being done to help you be more successful in today’s mailing industry during the USPS Executive Briefings. Plus, our expanded educational offering includes more than 125 workshops ranging from introductory to expert levels. You can also expand your professional network and build relationships with others during numerous networking opportunities.
It’s all waiting for you at the 2013 NPF where we’re Delivering Solutions and more in beautiful San Francisco!
Attend the Opening General Session
At the Opening General Session on Monday, March 18, at the Moscone Center West, gain insights into the many ways the US Postal Service is delivering solutions for today’s mailing industry. Don’t miss Postmaster General and Chief Executive Officer, Patrick Donahoe, as he outlines opportunities to revitalize and shape a stronger future for our industry.
Take a look at the NPF Promotional Catalog for the most up-to-date information on the educational opportunities. At the National Postal Forum we will be delivering solutions in interactive environments, case-study workshops, peer-to-peer roundtables, and USPS officer led sessions and applying the industry's best practices to practical, real-life situations.
Returning to the National Postal Forum this year, the Mail Design Professional course is back by popular demand. Focusing on USPS mail design compatibility and achieving lower postage costs through automation, the Mail Design Professional (MDP) course is an eight-hour course taught on Tuesday and Wednesday including a comprehensive review on the final day.
The Exhibitor List is expanding on a daily basis. Check back often to see the exhibiting companies poised to meet with you and available to answer questions about their unique solutions to make your next event shine.
To learn more about the National Postal Forum and all its new innovative features, visit www.npf.org.
Make the connections that can make a difference, register for the National Postal Forum today. We look forward to seeing you in San Francisco this March.