Are you attending MAILCOM ’17, the world’s largest educational event for mail communications?
If so, the Early Bird Registration Deadline is February 9.
Register by 2/9/17 and save $100 off the full rate. Group rates available.
MAILCOM ’17 will be held April 10-12, 2017 in Philadelphia at the Pennsylvania Convention Center. The 37th annual convention features nearly 100 expert-led educational sessions and certificates in these areas:
- Mail Systems Management
- Safety & Security
- Address/Data Management
- Full Service/Mailer’s Scorecard
- Mail Printing & Processing
- Postal Mail Management
- Women In Management
- Leadership/Staff Development
- Delivery & Distribution
- Remittance Processing
- Digital Mail
- Professional Development
- College & University
- Office Services & Inbound Mail
- International Mail
Outsourcing & Contract Mgmt.
- Government Mail
- Direct Mail Production
- Nonprofit Mail Management
- Technology & Innovation
MAILCOM ’17 also features keynotes from the industry’s leading minds as well as exhibits from top vendors. But the best part of MAILCOM is the networking. Attendees are able to meet other managers facing the exact same challenges, leading to long-lasting professional contacts.
Because most meals are included in the registration, attendees have numerous chances to meet each other and build networks that last long after the conference ends.
Management certificates, professional certification including MCOM and CMDSM, and other professional opportunities are presented during the three days of the conference.
MAILCOM’s host hotel is the Marriott Downtown, which directly connects by skywalk to the MAILCOM convention. And just below the MAILCOM exhibition is the Reading Terminal market, the multi-ethnic food bazaar like nothing else in the world!
To book your Marriott hotel room at the special conference rate of $186, click here.
The deadline for advanced registration is December 9.
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