MAILCOM Las Vegas August 22-24, 2016


The MAILCOM Las Vegas annual conference will be held August 22-24, 2016 at the Tuscany Suites Hotel in Las Vegas, NV.

This is the 23rd Fall Conference and will feature over 60 expert-led educational sessions, workshops, and keynotes. Plus MCOM certification tracks and Management Certificate Programs will be offered.

The special conference room rate of $65 per night will apply during the conference dates. (See below for more information).

Educational sessions are grouped in 11 educational tracks, including:

TRACK 1: Mail Systems Management — Sessions for managing corporate mail and distribution systems.

TRACK 2: Safety & Security Compliance Training — Sessions for implementing and managing facility security.

TRACK 3: Postal Mail Management — The latest postal regulations (including Full Service and Mailer Scorecards) are detailed.

TRACK 4: Leadership & Team-Building — The techniques for managing people in mail, document and distribution operations.

TRACK 5: Office & Support Services — Strategies for managing office services that are accountable and deliver high customer satisfaction.

TRACK 6: Government Mail Management Training — Unique aspects of managing government mail operations and complying with regulations and standards.

TRACK 7: Address Data & Delivery Mail Management — Tools and techniques for managing databases to get the most from your mailings.

TRACK 8: Print Technology & Mail Automation — The latest technology and strategies for managing high-volume transactional and direct mail.

TRACK 9: College/University & Non-Profit Mail Management — Covers issues unique to college/university mail and nonprofit mail operations.

TRACK 10: Professional Development — The programs and educational opportunities for professional development in mail, document and distribution services.

TRACK 11: Strategic Management — Advanced sessions that look to produce results 2-3 years from now in mail operations.

Early Bird Registration rates are now in effect. For more information:

MAILCOM Las Vegas Registration

MAILCOM Las Vegas $65 Tuscany Reservations


MAILCOM Las Vegas is sponsored by the Mail Systems Management Association and MAIL: The Journal of Communication Distribution. MAILCOM is the world’s largest educational organization for mail communications. For more information go to



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