We are pleased to invite you to this year’s Postal & Delivery conference 11 May 2021
This annual Copenhagen Economics event brings together the most inspiring thought-leaders in the world of Postal and Delivery to offer insights on current trends and give their expert analysis on the most pressing issues facing the sector today.
This conference is highly relevant to any industry or business leaders, policy decision makers or organisations with an interest in the postal and delivery sector. In addition to discussing the national and international economics underpinning the sector, as well as contemporary strategy and policy, this year we will focus on two issues of crucial importance:
Moreover, you will receive immediate confirmation of your attendance and on the day prior to the event, a reminder email will be sent to you with a link for entering our cutting-edge virtual meeting platform.
Registration for this event is now closed. You can still reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, title and email address if you would like to register.
CEO PostNord Group
CEO, Emirates Post
Senior Vice President International and Regulatory Affairs, Norway Post
Chairman of the U.S. Postal Regulatory Commission
Executive Vice President Corporate Public Affairs, Deutsche Post DHL Group
Dr Annegret Groebel
Director of International Relations, BNetzA
Programme Manager in the Directorate General for Mobility and Transport (DG MOVE) of the European Commission
15:00: Welcome and intro
Henrik Ballebye Okholm, Managing Partner, Copenhagen Economics
15:05: Environmental sustainability – challenges and opportunities for the postal and delivery industry
Moderator: Anna Möller Boivie, Head of Postal & Delivery, Copenhagen Economics
Topics covered include:
16:05: Better incentives for businesses and customers to choose more sustainable modes of transport and delivery
16:20: Green transition in postal and delivery – Room for new business models and the role of different stakeholders
16:35: Break: 10 min
16:45: Long-term view on the postal sector and relevant public policies: global perspectives
Moderator: Dr Bruno Basalisco, Director, Copenhagen Economics
Topics covered include:
18:00: Thank you and goodbye
Copenhagen Economics will use the contact information you provide to send you two reminders of the conference in addition to an email on the day prior to the event containing a link and login information.
We will also send you a one-off email containing a very brief survey (max 5 questions) immediately following the conference to hear about your experience and see where we can improve for next year.