The Photo Managers Conference celebrates 15 years

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Cathi Nelson, CEO, The Photo Managers

 The Photo Managers, the international association of professional photo organizers, is celebrating the 15th anniversary of its annual conference with two separate events; in-person from April 4-6th in Columbus, Ohio, and a virtual option running May 9-11th. Registration and information is available here.

The Photo Managers Conference is the largest gathering of photo organizers in the world. Both professional and amateur Photo Managers will learn from experts in various fields, ranging from digital marketing to photography to archives. Both versions feature two keynote speakers and twenty break-out sessions in four categories: Niche & Diverse Practices; Sales & Marketing; Systems & Operations: and Technology. Attendees to the Columbus conference will also have the opportunity to attend a pre-conference workshop on Entrepreneurial Thinking or A Digital Marketing Bootcamp.

“The world of photography is rapidly evolving, and so are the demands of managing and preserving precious memories captured in photographs,” explains Cathi Nelson, CEO of The Photo Managers. “In light of this, we are excited to announce the highly anticipated event, The Photo Managers Conference 2024.”

“The Photo Managers Conference is the premier gathering for professionals and enthusiasts alike, dedicated to exploring the latest trends, technologies, and strategies in the field of photo management,” Nelson continues. “With a focus on empowering individuals and businesses to organize, preserve, and leverage their visual assets, this year’s conference promises to be a game-changer in the growing field of photo management.”

The 15th Anniversary Photo Managers Conference is made possible by the generous support of its sponsors: Nixplay, Mylio, Archival Methods, PhotoFlashDrive, Fuji Film, Ollie, Artifcts, Projector, Trustworthy, Archoral, Miller’s Professional Imaging, Nick Kelsh’s How to Photograph Your Life, Photo Organizing Stuff, Lifeazine, Compass Rose Legacy Foundation, and Dig Your Photos.