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PhotoPlus Expo Preview

PhotoPlus ExpoThe 30th annual PDN PhotoPlus International Conference + Expo is scheduled for Oct. 23-26 at the Javits Convention Center in New York City. Honoring the Past, Envisioning the Future is the theme of this year’s show, which will be a common thread throughout the conference, expo and special evening events planned at PhotoPlus.

Registration for admission to the PhotoPlus Expo exhibit hall is free through Oct. 22 and $75 on-site. You can also pick up a PhotoPlus VIP Expo Pass for $75 before Oct. 22 ($100 on-site), which includes complimentary admission to all three keynote presentations, a private Customer Service Desk, VIP Expo lounge with free WiFi, and a premium gift bag filled with products, special offers, and discounts on a variety of products and services.

The PhotoPlus Conference includes more than 90 educational seminars in nine thematic tracks: Mastering Light, In Motion, Tips & Trends, Creating for Clients, Social Media + Marketing, Better Business, Shooting Memorable Moments, Post Production and Step by Step.

There’s also WPPI University, a one-day series of seminars on Wednesday, Oct. 23 with presentations by Tamara Lackey, Bambi Cantrell, Ryan Brenizer, Susan Stripling and more. The WPPI University conference pass is $99 through Oct. 22 and $179 onsite.

For a full schedule and pricing for the entire educational conference lineup, click here. All conference passes include free admission to all keynote presentations, Test Drive: New Product Preview + Networking Event, and the PhotoPlus 30th Anniversary BASH.

For more information and updates, visit the PhotoPlus Expo website or follow PhotoPlus on Facebook and Twitter.

Regan has been involved in the sign and wide format digital printing industries for the past two decades as an editor, writer and pundit. With a degree in journalism from the University of Houston, Regan has reported on the full evolution of the inkjet printing industry since the first digital printers began appearing on the scene.

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