Why Does Return Path Spend So Much Time Working Within Industry Organizations?

George Bilbrey
By George Bilbrey
President

That answer is simple. Because we love email and are committed to preserving and enriching the email ecosystem for everyone who uses it (except the bad guys.) There is a lot of coordination required if senders, receivers, and end users are to withstand the assault on email by the “axis of evil” – spammers, phishers, and other fraudsters that are polluting our email ecosystem. As champions of the email space, we have dedicated a lot of time and energy into supporting the online community and committing resources to making email work for everyone.

Return Path is proud to serve in the following capacities:

By serving in these capacities, we have the extraoridinary opportunity to work closely with a lot of really smart people who have, at heart, similar goals. This meeting of minds not only enables us to help set policy and direction for the email industry, but also to learn different perspectives that we can pass along to our clients. As we collaborate to improve the state of email, we can advise on best practices and technical standards, inform you of pending legislation, and alert you to changes in the email landscape as they happen – all so that you can be proactive and compliant in your email marketing.

Moreover, these organizations and the events they hold are all fertile breeding grounds for ideas and innovation. Václav Havel wrote “Vision is not enough, it must be combined with venture.” Our vision is of an “email ecosystem” which brings success and delight to all who use it, without fear of disruption or threat of criminal behavior. Email is where we live, and quite frankly it’s where we make our money. Return Path is committed to the big picture and we’ll gladly participate in all the hard work necessary to make this ecosystem stronger, while providing the industry’s best products & solutions for email senders, receivers, and our other partners.

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