Chicago’s Central Camera rebuilds a year after civil unrest
122-year-old camera retailer Central Camera is still rebuilding a year after civil unrest in the streets of Chicago, according to the Chicago Tribune. Central Camera is still boarded up under its iconic neon sign but the company is open for business in a temporary space. Third-generation owner, Don Flesch, 73, hopes to reopen the longtime store on Wabash Avenue in the Loop by late August.
IPI opens two Print Refinery stores
IPI Member Network announced two members have become Print Refinery co-branded locations: Don’s Photo, Winnipeg, Canada, and Hite Photo, West Bloomfield, Mich. The two additions bring the total number of Print Refinery locations to nine.
People on the Move
Todd Zimmerman, a long-time graphic arts executive, has joined Electronics For Imaging, Inc. as its new vice president and general manager, Display Graphics. He comes to EFI from Fujifilm USA, where he spent a decade and a half in a variety of executive roles
HDRsoft announced a new version of its Photomatix Batch Plugin for Adobe Lightroom, adding the ability to automatically create 32-bit HDR images from bracketed sets, using the same imaging algorithms from Photomatix Pro.
Mediaclip is looking for a Product Manager/Product Owner and for developers.
Mimeo is looking for a marketing director based in Germany
Nations Photo Lab
Nations Photo Lab is looking for a social media strategist.
Amsterdam-based PastBook has numerous positions, including in marketing and development, open here
UK photobook app maker Popsa has numerous positions open here.
Foreground is looking for a product support manager for its ShootProof professional photographers service.
Shutterfly has numerous vacancies, specifically General Manager, Photo Books & Business Model Innovation
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