As part of our new strategy to continue the conversations beyond our annual event, PostalVision 2020 has made available on its web site slides, videos, and additional information from its March 15-16, 2016 annual event. You can access the materials from this page http://www.postalvision2020.com/6-0-conference-2016/presentations-2/ by clicking on the session name.
We will be adding even more information, articles, and resources to our web site in the upcoming months, so be sure to check us out at http://www.postalvision2020.com. If you want to be sure not to miss new content on the site, simply sign up at the bottom of our Home Page (lower right corner, “Get email updates”) to receive an email alert when we’ve added new content! What could be simpler?
Of course watching the videos after the event is not the same as being there – so we encourage you to MARK YOUR CALENDAR NOW for the 2017 annual event, to be held March 21-22, 2017 at The Ritz Carlton Pentagon City (just outside Washington DC). We are already in the initial planning phases for this great event, and we welcome your feedback and ideas!
Stay Tuned for Information on Upcoming PV2020 “Excursions”
PostalVision earlier this year announced the expansion of its strategic initiative to include additional events held year-round. A new area has been developed on its web site where such events will be announced (http://www.postalvision2020.com/attend/excursions/).
Up next on the calendar is a special LIVE Innovation Showcase co-chaired by PostalVision 2020’s John Callan and the Postal Innovation Platform’s (PIP) Bernhard Bukovc at PostExpo in Hong Kong, May 24-26, 2016, where John Callan will also be addressing the WORLD POSTAL BUSINESS FORUM, VIP Plenary, “Challenging the Postal Status Quo,” organised by the Universal Postal Union.
And we are in the process of planning additional excursions – if you are interested in sponsoring an excursion or have a topic of interest, contact us!
By Kathy Siviter
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