Are you planning to attend the Photo Marketing Association (PMA) 2009 International Convention and Trade Show during the week of March 2-5, 2009? Then don’t miss Michael J. McNamara, Editor-in-Chief of the McNamaraReport.com, as he hosts two PSPA (Professional School Photography Assoc.) Business Sessions and participates in an exciting DIMA (Digital Imaging and Manufacturers Assoc.) panel.
Monday, March 2, 2009 9:10 a.m. – 10:10 a.m. видео ролики лесби бесплaтно
PSPA PG1: General Session, Talking to the End Customer: Our opening day mom-and-kids panel holds all the secrets. We’ll bring you the end-customer – mom and the kids; you will learn what really motivates their purchase decisions for school portraits. Join us! Moderator: Mike McNamara, The McNamara Report
Monday, March 2, 2009 10:30 a.m. – 11:40 a.m.
DIMA D35: What’s Next in Consumer Digital Photography? Find out where we’re heading with print trends, customized photo products, camera phone usage, social networking, photo kiosk applications, and consumer behavior with all aspects of digital photography. Speakers include: Liz Cutting, The NPD Group. Mike McNamara, The McNamara Report. Gary Pageau, PMA. and Laurence Wu, J.D. Power and Associates.
Wed. March 4, 2009 2:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.
PG3: PSPA Business Session: School Administrator/ Decision-Maker Panel Understanding the yearbook industry can help your studio be successful in this market. This panel will discuss ways to reach the school decision maker, whether that is the principal, yearbook advisor, or a school administrator. The discussion will include what they look for in a vendor and how you can get their business. Moderator: Mike McNamara, The McNamara Report. Confirmed Panelists: Deb Ayers-Geist Principal Oak Grove Elementary, Kansas City, MO. and Barb Chester, Cherry Park Elementary, Portland, OR.