PostalVision 9.0 Speaker Announcement — Grab an Early Bird Rate!

PostalVision 2020 / 9.0

June 5-7, 2019

Speaker Announcement!

Early Bird Registration Rates in Effect — so Register Soon!

PostalVision 2020 is excited to make this first speakers announcement for our upcoming June 2019 event!  We are thrilled to announce the return of PostalVision speakers/supporters — the Hon. David Williams, now Vice Chairman of the U.S. Postal Service Board of Governors; and John Hagel, Leader, Center for Edge, Deloitte!  Both back by popular demand!

david-c-williamsGovernor David Williams in 2018 was appointed to his current position as Vice Chairman, Board of Governors for the U.S. Postal Service.   He also serves as distinguished visiting professor of public policy at the George Mason University Schar School of Public Policy and Government.  Williams served as Inspector General for the USPS from 2003 until 2016. Prior to that, Williams served as IG for five federal agencies, including the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, the Social Security Administration, the Department of the Treasury, the Tax Administration of the Department of Treasury, and Acting IG for HUD, while he was also serving at the Department of the Treasury.

hagel2John Hagel has spent over 35 years in Silicon Valley and has experience as a management consultant, entrepreneur, speaker and author. He is driven by a desire to help individuals and institutions around the world to increase their impact in a rapidly changing world.  In addition to his current role as leader of the Center for the Edge at Deloitte, he has worked with McKinsey & Co. and Boston Consulting Group. He also served as senior vice president of strategy at Atari, Inc., and is the founder of two Silicon Valley startups. He currently occupies leadership roles at the World Economic Forum and the Santa Fe Institute.

If you are planning to attend PostalVision’s premier annual event in 2019, the best time to register is NOW while early bird registration rates are in effect!

PostalVision 2020’s ninth annual conference, themed Embracing “the USO” – Universal Service Opportunities for the Global Postal-Parcel Ecosystem, will take place June 5-7, 2019, once again at The Ritz Carlton Pentagon City (just outside Washington, DC).

Not only is it the perfect time to visit the Washington, DC area, it is the perfect time to join our growing group of industry thought leaders as we come together to discuss future challenges and solutions.  For more preliminary information on our 2019 event theme and content, visit our web site!

We can assure you that the 2019 event will be content-rich and include more of what past attendees are telling us they want to hear about.  We will continue to build in more networking time, more time for interactive discussions in sessions, and more! As with our 2018 event, we will begin with an evening reception on the first day (Wed., June 5, 2019) and conclude in the afternoon on Friday, June 7, 2019.

Early Bird Registration is OPEN!!

Special early bird registration pricing is still open — with Savings up to $500 thru Feb 1st !  Complete pricing information can be found here (and if you are a previous PostalVision event attendee — check your email for a very special offer!).

For more information on the event theme, visit our PostalVision 2020 9.0 Event web page!  

As those who have attended in the past know, PostalVision is designed as a highly conversational and interactive event. Contributions in the way of presentation content, session sponsorship, limited exhibition and active onsite delegate engagement are welcome. And prospective speakers are now invited to contact John Callan to suggest how they might like to contribute to topical discussions, and/or additional Opportunities for ecosystem excellence and advancement.

Stay tuned for more information about the 2019 event coming soon, but don’t wait to grab your seat at the low Early Bird registration price!

P.S.  If you are interested in sponsoring part of the 2019 event, contact John Sasso.

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