MAILCOM ’18 Keynotes

You don’t want to miss these three, insightful keynote presentations at MAILCOM ’18, April 9-11 including:

The Future of Paper & Print

Presented By Daniel Dejan
Print/Creative Manager, Sappi Fine Paper

Daniel Dejan

Educator, designer, mentor and lover of all things graphic arts, Daniel Dejan has been an evangelist for the power of paper and print for the span of his career. He is the face of the etc (education-training-consulting) Group at Sappi Fine Paper North America and brings to MAILCOM over 40 years of industry experience.

His presentation looks at the print and digital worlds and their merger to create new communications technology. What is the future of paper and print and mail? Daniel Dejan knows and you will too after this keynote presentation.

Building The Future Of Mail

Presented By Kristin Seaver
CIO & EVP, U.S. Postal Service


The Postal Service is being revolutionized with new technology that merges mail with the digital world. Managing these changes is Kristin Seaver, USPS Chief Information Officer and executive vice president.
As CIO, Seaver leads the Postal Service’s efforts to drive innovation across enterprise analytics, business insights, mail intelligence, engineering systems, information security and infrastructure and payment technology.

Making Sense of the New Postal Regulations

Presented By Michael Plunkett
President and Chief Executive Officer of the Association for Postal Commerce


The Postal Regulatory Commission has proposed sweeping changes to postal regulations. The new rules could have a profound impact on the Postal Service and the entire mailing industry. Michael Plunkett knows this subject well. A former postal executive, today he is President and Chief Executive Officer of the Association for Postal Commerce (Postcom).

Come and explore the newly proposed rate-setting system and how it will affect consumer and business users of the mail.

And More …

In addition to the keynotes, attendees will hear General Session Workshops from four industry leaders. Click here for information.