The American Society of Picture Professionals (ASPP) and the Picture Archive Council of America (PACA) invite you to come to Boston for an exciting "Reinvention Weekend" April 15th - 18th. The entire conference is geared to Reinvent, Reimagine and Reinvigorate your career or your approach to the photography business.
The conference begins on Thursday April 15th with a one day trade show (tables still available), and then will continue with 2 days of great sessions. Brian Storm is the keynote speaker and will also join a panel to discuss thought-provoking insights into the new paradigms for our industry. Be inspired by thought leaders, story-tellers, and community service activists. Lend your voice to the critical discussions between the different segments of our industry. Learn from the experts how to use social media and web tools to enhance your business. Even receive free career make-over sessions.
Speakers will include Rick Smolan, Ilise Benun of marketing-mentor.com, Allen Murabayashi and Andrew Fingerman of PhotoShelter, Caitlin Jewell of Silverscape, Nancy Andrews of Detroit Free Press, Ian Ginsberg of VII Agency, Lou Jones and others. Program details are available at www.aspp.com/index.php/education/2010-conference
PACA is our conference partner in Boston. During Trade Show hours on Thursday, PACA is providing a demonstration of their newly launched pacaSearch (www.pacasearch.com). This mega meta-search engine is setting a new standard for stock image searching.
The registration fees for this 3-day event is only $495 for ASPP* and PACA members, and $590 for sister organizations. Registration is open at http://tinyurl.com/ASPPReinvention, so mark your calendar and start making your plans to be there now! For sponsorship opportunities, contact email@example.com
The weekend will take place at the beautiful and historic Omni Parker House Hotel www.omniparkerhouse.com in downtown Boston. We have arranged a special room rate of $199 per night (not including taxes) for all Conference attendees from April 12 through April 18. For immediate online reservations, please visit www.omnihotels.com/FindAHotel/BostonParkerHouse/MeetingFacilities/ASPP4.aspx. But hurry! The cut-off date for accepting reservations into our room block is Thursday, March 25, 2010.
About American Society of Picture Professional (ASPP)
The American Society of Picture Professional (ASPP) is a community of image experts committed to sharing their experience and knowledge throughout the industry. This non-profit association provides professional networking and educational opportunities for those who create, edit, research, license, manage or publish pictures. For more information go to www.aspp.com or contact the Executive Director Cathy Sachs at firstname.lastname@example.org