Representatives from all areas of imaging—including manufacturers to retailers and media partners—band together in expanding industry coalition
WOODBURY, NY – July 25, 2017 – The Imaging Alliance, a non-profit organization representing the bold and diverse imaging industry, today announced the addition of four new members to its organization. Joining the Alliance and its board of directors are Julien Sauvagnargues, president of Olympus America; Scott Luksh, director of media solutions, Madavor Media; Meredith Reinker, director of marketing, Roberts Camera; and Scott Farber, president, W.B. Hunt.
“Our strategy continues to be to bring together all aspects of the imaging industry, from manufacturers and retailers to media partners and consultants, to grow the imaging business,” said Jerry Grossman, executive director, the Imaging Alliance. “The addition of these four companies represents an important expansion of our organization and reinforces our commitment to build a strong coalition for the industry.”
“The idea of bringing together dealers and manufacturers into an industry organization is an intriguing one, and this is what convinced me to join,” said Olympus America’s Sauvagnargues. “I am looking forward to contributing to the development of the imaging industry by participating in The Imaging Alliance.”
“In this time of constant and fast-paced change in our industry, it is more important than ever for retailers, manufacturers and industry partners to work together to help us all move forward,” added Reinker of Roberts Camera. “I am really excited to work with this great group of people to accomplish our shared goals.”
Individuals and organizations interested in joining The Imaging Alliance should contact Michelle Tramantano at [email protected]
About The Imaging Alliance
The Imaging Alliance is a non-profit organization representing the bold and diverse imaging industry, with a membership that encompasses manufacturers, software and application developers, retailers, media, photographers and others. Formed in 2016, it brings together critical assets from two respected, long-time industry associations: the Photo Manufacturers and Distributors Association (PMDA) and the Photo Marketing Association International (PMAI). The Imaging Alliance actively promotes the economic growth and sustainable development of both current and future imaging applications. Its members work together to create a sense of community through educational and philanthropic activities that support visual communications. For more information, see http://www.theimagingalliance.com/.