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Second South Texas Alzheimer's Conference convenes Feb. 23-25 in San Antonio

“We want to increase Hispanic enrollment in clinical trials. One of our goals is to understand the disease in this growing population.” — Sudha Seshadri, M.D., founding director, Glenn Biggs Institute for Alzheimer’s and Neurodegenerative Diseases at UT Health San Antonio

SAN ANTONIO (PRWEB) February 14, 2020
Health care professionals, scientists and students interested in collaboration and discussion on transformational care, research and therapeutics in Alzheimer’s disease are invited to the 2nd Annual South Texas Alzheimer’s Conference Feb. 23-25 in San Antonio.
To register and for a complete agenda, visit BiggsInstitute.org.
The conference is presented by the Glenn Biggs Institute for Alzheimer’s and Neurodegenerative Diseases in partnership with the Alzheimer’s Association. The Biggs Institute is part of the Long School of Medicine at The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio (UT Health San Antonio).
The conference will begin with an opening reception and dinner on Sunday, Feb. 23, at UT Health San Antonio, and will shift venues to the Briscoe Western Art Museum in downtown San Antonio for daylong sessions Monday and Tuesday, Feb. 24 and 25.
Themes will include:
Alzheimer’s disease in the Hispanic population;
Precision omics;
Cognitive and neuroimaging approaches to the diagnosis, prevention and treatment of dementia; and
Novel approaches to the care and treatment of patients and care partners including home-based care.
Scheduled plenary presentations are:

“Technology to Advance Assessments and Interventions for Dementia” by Jeffrey Kaye, M.D., Layton Endowed Professor of Neurology and Biomedical Engineering at Oregon Health and Science University. Dr. Kaye directs the NIA-Layton Oregon Aging and Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center and the Oregon Center for Aging and Technology, which incorporates the NIA-Oregon Roybal Center for Care Support Translational Research Advantaged by Integrating Technology.
“Alzheimer’s Prevention and Preparedness: Addressing Disparities” by Kristine Yaffe, M.D., chief of neuropsychiatry and director of the Memory Evaluation Clinic at the San Francisco Veterans Affairs Medical Center. Dr. Yaffe occupies the Scola Endowed Chair, is vice chair and professor of psychiatry, neurology and epidemiology, and director of the Center for Population Brain Health at the University of California, San Francisco.
“Inter-ethnic Differences in Prevalence of Cognitive Impairment” by Christopher Chen, BA, BMBCh, MRCP, FAMS, FRCPE, senior clinician-scientist and associate professor in the Departments of Pharmacology and Psychological Medicine at the National University of Singapore, and director of the Memory Aging and Cognition Centre at the National University Healthcare System.
“An Overview of Promising New Approaches to Preventing and Treating Dementias” by Sudha Seshadri, M.D., founding director of the Glenn Biggs Institute for Alzheimer’s and Neurodegenerative Diseases and the Robert R. Barker Distinguished University Professor of Neurology, Psychiatry, and Cellular and Integrative Physiology at UT Health San Antonio. Dr. Seshadri is senior investigator of the Framingham Heart Study.
The Hispanic/Latino population is at increased risk of Alzheimer’s/dementia. Addressing this is a major point of emphasis for the conference speakers. “This is one reason why we want to increase Hispanic enrollment in clinical trials,” Dr. Seshadri said. “One of our goals at the Glenn Biggs Institute, and worldwide, is to understand the disease in this growing population.”
The Long School of Medicine at The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio is named for Texas philanthropists Joe R. and Teresa Lozano Long. The school is the largest educator of physicians in South Texas, many of whom remain in San Antonio and the region to practice medicine. The school teaches more than 900 students and trains 800 residents each year. As a beacon of multicultural sensitivity, the school annually exceeds the national medical school average of Hispanic students enrolled. The school’s clinical practice is the largest multidisciplinary medical group in South Texas with 850 physicians in more than 100 specialties. The school has a highly productive research enterprise where world leaders in Alzheimer’s disease, diabetes, cancer, aging, heart disease, kidney disease and many other fields are translating molecular discoveries into new therapies. The Long School of Medicine is home to a National Cancer Institute-designated cancer center known for prolific clinical trials and drug development programs, as well as a world-renowned center for aging and related diseases.
The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio, dba UT Health San Antonio, is one of the country’s leading health sciences universities and is designated as a Hispanic-Serving Institution by the U.S. Department of Education. With missions of teaching, research, patient care and community engagement, its schools of medicine, nursing, dentistry, health professions and graduate biomedical sciences have graduated more than 37,000 alumni who are leading change, advancing their fields, and renewing hope for patients and their families throughout South Texas and the world. To learn about the many ways “We make lives better®,” visit http://www.uthscsa.edu.
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FirstService Residential Exhibiting at the WMCCAI Conference and Expo February 21-22

“This conference offers a great opportunity for those serving on a condo or HOA board to gather new insights as well as network with industry experts. We are happy to be able to share our expertise of working with communities and boards,” said Michael Mendillo, president, FirstService Residential.

FAIRFAX, Va. (PRWEB) February 13, 2020
Join FirstService Residential, the leading residential community association management company in the Metro DC area, at Washington Metropolitan Chapter of Community Association Institute’s (WMCCAI) 2020 Conference and Expo February 21 and 22 at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center. The expo is the largest event across all CAI chapters worldwide. FirstService Residential associates will join more than 2,100 industry professionals and residential community association board members for a comprehensive two-day event.
“We are delighted to attend this important event,” said Michael Mendillo, president, FirstService Residential. “This conference offers a great opportunity for those serving on a condo or HOA board to gather new insights as well as network with industry experts. We are happy to be able to share the expertise we’ve gained through decades of working with communities and boards.”
This year’s expo features sessions covering association management trends and topics, as well as opportunities to share, learn, network and discuss challenges and solutions. FirstService Residential’s team will be participating in Shoots and Ladders: A Team Approach to Project Planning. Join them Saturday, February 22 at 8:30 a.m., as they cover the various, and often complex, aspects of project management. Bernie Guthrie, CMCA®, AMS®, PCAM®, regional director, FirstService Residential and Drew Ahrensdorf, vice president, FirstService Financial, will participate on the panel.
For every person who enters our booth raffle, FirstService Residential will donate $5 to the Alice Ferguson Foundation to support the promotion of the environmental sustainability of the Potomac River watershed. The Foundation’s educational programs unite students, educators, park rangers, communities, regional organizations and government agencies throughout the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area toward a common goal of protecting the valuable watershed.
“We look forward to meeting with area community association board members, as well as helping to support an important initiative – by making a donation to the Alice Furguson Foundation,” said Trent Harrison, president, MidAtlantic, FirstService Residential. “We look forward to helping make a difference for the environment.”
Visit FirstService Residential’s associates and industry experts at booth 701, to learn about the benefits of collaborating with a professional residential property management company, as well as help support the Alice Furguson Foundation, just by entering the booth raffle.
http://www.fsresidential.com
About FirstService ResidentialFirstService Residential is North America’s property management leader, partnering with 8,000 communities across the U.S. and Canada, including low-, mid- and high-rise condominiums and cooperatives; single-family communities; master-planned, lifestyle and active adult communities; and mixed-use and rental properties. HOAs, community associations and condos rely on their extensive experience, resources and local expertise to maximize property values and enhance their residents’ lifestyles.
Dedicated to making a difference, every day, FirstService Residential goes above and beyond to deliver exceptional service. FirstService Residential is a subsidiary of FirstService Corporation (FSV), a North American leader in the property services sector. For more information, visit http://www.fsresidential.com.

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Tools4ever Will Be Returning to the Brainstorm Educational Technology Conference

The first EdTech Conference of its kind, Brainstorm flips the script and focuses on making the conference all about the connections the attendees make
Press Release – updated: Feb 12, 2020 21:28 PST

SEATTLE, February 12, 2020 (Newswire.com) – Tools4ever, a leading global provider of identity and access governance solutions, demonstrates its continual commitment to enhancing classrooms via EdTech with its yearly attendance at the Brainstorm Educational Technology Conference. The conference will take place from March 1–3 at the Kalahari Resort & Convention Center — located at 1305 Kalahari Dr., Wisconsin Dells, WI.
The Brainstorm Educational Technology Conference emphasizes a focus on connecting education IT technologists with EdTech vendors, providing networking opportunities to make long-lasting connections that can endure for years. Tools4ever will be found at Booth 205 for quality EdTech conversations and networking opportunities. 
In addition to developing new connections, Tools4ever will be live-demoing its cloud-based Identity Management and Single Sign-On solution, HelloID, throughout the conference. HelloID is widely used by hundreds of schools, colleges, and universities throughout North America to bring power back to the classroom via seamless, secure access to EdTech. By providing students and staff with a user-friendly dashboard containing all of their approved applications via Single Sign-On, HelloID eliminates wasted, unproductive time and truly makes the classroom a “bell-to-bell” experience. 
Brainstorm is making its mark on the EdTech community and is quickly growing in popularity among attendees. This year marks the second year in a row that Brainstorm has made it to the Top 5 of Forbes’ Innovative Conferences list. 
“BrainStorm is one of the premier events for EdTech staff and Tools4ever is excited to be a part of this conference to meet with our district and vendor partners. With more than 20 years of experience helping districts plan and implement their identity management strategy, this year we are looking forward to showcasing our innovative cloud identity solution, HelloID, designed to help districts move towards a more secure and modern experience for single sign-on, MFA and provisioning,” said Drew Olson, Sales Manager, Tools4ever.
Brainstorm attendees — covering IT Directors, Tech Coordinators, System Admins, Network Admins, Desktop Techs, and more — can visit over 120 technology-focused sessions, network with peers in the K20 community or visit vendor booths for hands-on demos of the newest innovations in the EdTech space. 
Conference information — such as breakout sessions and speakers — and registration are available here: https://brainstormk20.com/wisconsindells/attend.
About Tools4ever
Tools4ever is one of the largest vendors in Identity Governance & Administration (also known as Identity & Access Management) with more than 10 million managed user accounts installed in organizations from various sectors ranging in size from 300 to over 200,000 user accounts. 
Since 1999, Tools4ever has developed and delivered several software solutions and consultancy services such as User Provisioning, Downstream Provisioning, Workflow Management, Employee Self-Service and Access Governance (RBAC). In the area of Password Management, Tools4ever offers Single Sign-On and Self-Service Password Reset among other solutions. Visit tools4ever.com for more information.
Source: Tools4ever

2020 Water for Food Global Conference: Call for Session Proposals

Press Release – updated: Feb 12, 2020 14:00 CST

LINCOLN, Neb., February 12, 2020 (Newswire.com) – Working toward a water and food secure future is one the most pressing global challenges of our time. The 2020 Water for Food Global Conference will convene an exceptional gathering of top international experts, government leaders, entrepreneurs, farmers, industry executives, scientists, students, non-profit directors, media and others to address the complex and intertwined issues related to water and its sustainable use in providing food security. This will be the 10th global conference produced by the Daugherty Water for Food Global Institute at the University of Nebraska (DWFI).
Sessions will explore topics such as advanced remote sensing technology to measure soil moisture and crop water needs, policies to improve water use efficiency, developing drought-resistant crops and pro-active drought management, the public health aspects of water quality, improving the nutritional value of crops and livestock, and cultivating future leaders to pursue innovative solutions to ensuring water and food security.
Proposals are welcome from organizations that wish to host a session at the 2020 Water for Food Global Conference, Oct. 7-9, in Lincoln, Nebraska. By hosting a session, you engage a wide range of stakeholders in discussions and debate around a specific issue in the water and food security sector. DWFI encourages collaborations with other organizations to build partnerships and represent a diversity of perspectives to the conference. Preference is given to sessions directly applicable to the conference theme and include cross-cultural, gender and experience diversity. Submissions due by March 13, 2020.
RFP online form: go.unl.edu/2020wfgc
The Robert B. Daugherty Water for Food Global Institute at the University of Nebraska was founded in 2010 to address the global challenge of achieving food security with less stress on water resources through improved water management in agricultural and food systems. We are committed to ensuring a water and food secure world while maintaining the use of water for other human and environmental needs.
Press Contact:​Molly Nance​Director of Communications and Public Relations​mnance@nebraska.edu​@molly_tweet
Source: Daugherty Water for Food Global Institute

TCA Compliance’s Brian Crow to Present Six Education Sessions at BOL’s 2020 BSA/AML Top Gun Conference

For the sixth year in a row, Brian Crow, co-president and managing partner of Chicago-based TCA Compliance (http://www.tcaregs.com), will deliver real-world, how-to advice on BSA/AML compliance issues at the BOL’s 2020 BSA/AML Top Gun Conference. The conference will be held in Scottsdale, Ariz. on March 3-4.(PRWeb February 12, 2020)Read the full story at https://www.prweb.com/releases/tca_compliances_brian_crow_to_present_six_education_sessions_at_bols_2020_bsa_aml_top_gun_conference/prweb16896439.htm

Cofense to Host Fifth Annual Phishing Defense and User Conference

Cofense Submerge 2020 is the premier showcase for phishing defense and incident response professionals, providing two full days of training, technical deep dives and educational sessions led by industry leaders and cyber security experts.

LEESBURG, Va. (PRWEB) February 12, 2020
Cofense®, the global leader in intelligent phishing defense solutions, today announced registration is open for the fifth annual Submerge phishing defense and user summit. Taking place at the JW Marriott Orlando, Grande Lakes on November 16-17, Submerge 2020 is the premier showcase for phishing defense and incident response professionals, providing two full days of training, technical deep dives and educational sessions led by industry leaders and cyber security experts.
This year’s conference promises more engaging hands-on content including dozens of sessions covering the latest phishing defense strategies and tactics, case studies presented by the industry’s leading experts and ample networking opportunities with peers from across the world. As with previous years, there will also be a wealth of speaker tracks, truly plunging attendees into the latest anti-phishing best practices and how they can unlock the power of collective human intelligence to defend against advanced cyber threats.
Those interested in sharing their knowledge and expertise at the event can submit a presentation abstract for consideration through the Call for Speakers submission form, focusing on one of four topics: Innovation in Phishing Awareness; Aligning Phishing Defense to the Business; Phishing Incident Response; or the Phishing Threat Landscape.
“The threat landscape continues to shift rapidly, with attackers innovating their way past Secure Email Gateways every day,” said Rohyt Belani, chief executive officer and co-founder, Cofense. “Cyber security professionals need to stay ahead of the latest attack vectors and be prepared for threats heading their way. With overwhelmingly positive feedback from previous attendees, we’re thrilled to bring organizations, partners and industry leaders the tools and knowledge they need to ramp up their phishing defense programs once again this year.”
Ideally suited for cyber security professionals, operators, and decision makers who focus on email security and phishing defense, Submerge 2020 is open to existing Cofense customers and non-customers alike. Attendees can also make Submerge 2020 an extraordinary business trip by relaxing in the Florida sunshine at the impressive outdoor pool complex or by playing a challenging 18-hole golf course designed by PGA great Greg Norman.
Early bird pricing of $249 for Submerge 2020 is available until August 1, 2020. Those interested in attending can register and find further information on the event and venue at: https://cofense.com/submerge/#orlando

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PI CONNECT 2020 imaging conference announces top speaker lineup

Pro Imaging CONNECT conference logo

“Pro Imaging CONNECT brings together executives from different segments of the photo/imaging industry to share ideas and to build relationships,” says Toren Prawdzik, conference organizer, and president, Photo EVO.

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (PRWEB) February 12, 2020
Pro Imaging CONNECT, the new executive conference for the photo/imaging industry, has announced the first major speakers at its conference March 21-22, 2020, at Horseshoe Bay Resort in Austin, Texas.
“Pro Imaging CONNECT brings together executives from different segments of the photo/imaging industry to share ideas and to build relationships,” says Toren Prawdzik, conference organizer, and president, Photo EVO. “Digital technology is breaking down the barriers between amateur photography, the professional photography and graphic arts markets. PI CONNECT unites these industry interests for the future.”
“The first Pro Imaging CONNECT was a good start to building a strong network among personalized photo companies, printers, and the graphic-arts world,” says Andrew Laffoon, founder, Mixbook. “I look forward to seeing it grow to a premier meeting place for our industry!”
Pro Imaging CONNECT will kick off Saturday, March 21, at 1 p.m., with a presentation by Alan Bullock, associate director, Keypoint Intelligence-InfoTrends, with the educational program, “A Snapshot of the US Photo Printing & Imaging Market”; the session is sponsored by Mediaclip.
The session will provide an overview of photo/imaging trends that Keypoint Intelligence – InfoTrends is seeing in several annual U.S. end-user surveys. Attendees will learn how consumers are using the images they are taking and ultimately how they are printing and producing photo products with them. Bullock will talk about the who, what, when, where, and why behind the print and photo merchandise markets – specifically focusing on books, cards, and wall décor products, including the triggers that lead consumers to order print products. He will also touch on the retail photo landscape as well as the print habits of professional photographers.
The international world of photo imaging
Speaking next will be leading international photo/imaging researcher, Don Franz, presenting, “The International World of Photo Imaging.” In this presentation, Franz will explore how social media and the internet have driven photo/imaging sharing and output around the world, both for consumers and professionals. He will also consider the reviving interest in film photography by both consumers and professionals. The former distinction between graphic arts and photography production facilities for output has blurred, and he will look at the impact of this evolution on the traditional photofinishing industry.
Franz has studied the photo/imaging world for more than 40 years. In addition to the monthly Photo Imaging News newsletter, he conducts market research around the world and participates in international photo conferences.
New standards for color and appearance management
The evening program, the Future Imaging Symposium, will feature Don Carli, president and co-founder, Nima Hunter Inc., speaking about “New standards for color and appearance management: Why you should care and what you need to know.”
There is far more to appearance than color, there is far more to color than RGB and CMYK, and there is far more to print than 2D. This session will explain what you need to know about iccMAX (ISO 20677) and related new standards for color and appearance management. Carli will present information on brands leading development of solutions to address growing high-value markets by making it possible to capture, to model, to display, and to print expanded gamut color as well as metallic, pearlescent, iridescent, gonio-chromatic, fluorescent, gloss, sparkle, surface texture, and other appearance effects for 3D e-commerce and AR/VR/XR, as well as for 2D, 2.5D, and 3D print applications.
Carli co-founded Nima Hunter Inc., a market insight consultancy founded in 1986 that conducts research in support of branding, positioning, product development, product marketing, competitive intelligence, market forecasting, business strategy and sales process improvement.
About Pro Imaging CONNECT
Pro Imaging CONNECT kicks off with two days of executive-level education, while Pro Imaging Golf follows with two days of networking and the famous scramble golf tournament. Attendees can choose to attend just the Pro Imaging CONNECT educational event, March 21-22; just the Pro Imaging Golf event, March 23-24; or both events.
Pro Imaging CONNECT registration is currently underway, with conference-only registration of $199. Until March 10, a nightly room at Horseshoe Bay Resort is $267.74 per night includes conference registration. To attend both events, the registration package for Pro Imaging CONNECT, Pro Imaging Golf, nightly room, plus one round of golf per day at Horseshoe Bay Resort is $355.74 per night. There is a hard cut-off of March 10 for registration.
The Pro Imaging CONNECT program is programmed by Gary Pageau, editor of The Dead Pixels Society, the photo/imaging networking group and news site.For more information, visit http://www.proimagingconnect.com
About Pro Imaging Expo
Pro Imaging Expo features networking, education and golf events for the imaging industry.
Pro Imaging Golf, with more than 30 years in existence and now partnered with SGIA, hosts more than 144 industry attendees in North Orlando, FL, for three days of fun-filled activities including golf, parties, networking events, and educational events.
Pro Imaging, in conjunction with SGIA, hosts a networking event at PRINTING United in October. This event is open to all in the industry.
Pro Imaging Expo’s newest event, Pro Imaging CONNECT, is aimed at education and networking for individuals in the pro lab, vertically integrated school/sports photography, and retail photography business.
More at http://www.proimagingexpo.com
About the Dead Pixels Society
The Dead Pixels Society, formed in 2009, is dedicated to provide news and information to the businesses in the photo/imaging industry. The group continues to meet clandestinely at industry events and conferences, identified by their stylish lapel pins.
More at http://www.thedeadpixelssociety.com

PI CONNECT 2020 imaging conference announces top speaker lineup

Pro Imaging CONNECT conference logo

“Pro Imaging CONNECT brings together executives from different segments of the photo/imaging industry to share ideas and to build relationships,” says Toren Prawdzik, conference organizer, and president, Photo EVO.

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (PRWEB) February 12, 2020
Pro Imaging CONNECT, the new executive conference for the photo/imaging industry, has announced the first major speakers at its conference March 21-22, 2020, at Horseshoe Bay Resort in Austin, Texas.
“Pro Imaging CONNECT brings together executives from different segments of the photo/imaging industry to share ideas and to build relationships,” says Toren Prawdzik, conference organizer, and president, Photo EVO. “Digital technology is breaking down the barriers between amateur photography, the professional photography and graphic arts markets. PI CONNECT unites these industry interests for the future.”
“The first Pro Imaging CONNECT was a good start to building a strong network among personalized photo companies, printers, and the graphic-arts world,” says Andrew Laffoon, founder, Mixbook. “I look forward to seeing it grow to a premier meeting place for our industry!”
Pro Imaging CONNECT will kick off Saturday, March 21, at 1 p.m., with a presentation by Alan Bullock, associate director, Keypoint Intelligence-InfoTrends, with the educational program, “A Snapshot of the US Photo Printing & Imaging Market”; the session is sponsored by Mediaclip.
The session will provide an overview of photo/imaging trends that Keypoint Intelligence – InfoTrends is seeing in several annual U.S. end-user surveys. Attendees will learn how consumers are using the images they are taking and ultimately how they are printing and producing photo products with them. Bullock will talk about the who, what, when, where, and why behind the print and photo merchandise markets – specifically focusing on books, cards, and wall décor products, including the triggers that lead consumers to order print products. He will also touch on the retail photo landscape as well as the print habits of professional photographers.
The international world of photo imaging
Speaking next will be leading international photo/imaging researcher, Don Franz, presenting, “The International World of Photo Imaging.” In this presentation, Franz will explore how social media and the internet have driven photo/imaging sharing and output around the world, both for consumers and professionals. He will also consider the reviving interest in film photography by both consumers and professionals. The former distinction between graphic arts and photography production facilities for output has blurred, and he will look at the impact of this evolution on the traditional photofinishing industry.
Franz has studied the photo/imaging world for more than 40 years. In addition to the monthly Photo Imaging News newsletter, he conducts market research around the world and participates in international photo conferences.
New standards for color and appearance management
The evening program, the Future Imaging Symposium, will feature Don Carli, president and co-founder, Nima Hunter Inc., speaking about “New standards for color and appearance management: Why you should care and what you need to know.”
There is far more to appearance than color, there is far more to color than RGB and CMYK, and there is far more to print than 2D. This session will explain what you need to know about iccMAX (ISO 20677) and related new standards for color and appearance management. Carli will present information on brands leading development of solutions to address growing high-value markets by making it possible to capture, to model, to display, and to print expanded gamut color as well as metallic, pearlescent, iridescent, gonio-chromatic, fluorescent, gloss, sparkle, surface texture, and other appearance effects for 3D e-commerce and AR/VR/XR, as well as for 2D, 2.5D, and 3D print applications.
Carli co-founded Nima Hunter Inc., a market insight consultancy founded in 1986 that conducts research in support of branding, positioning, product development, product marketing, competitive intelligence, market forecasting, business strategy and sales process improvement.
About Pro Imaging CONNECT
Pro Imaging CONNECT kicks off with two days of executive-level education, while Pro Imaging Golf follows with two days of networking and the famous scramble golf tournament. Attendees can choose to attend just the Pro Imaging CONNECT educational event, March 21-22; just the Pro Imaging Golf event, March 23-24; or both events.
Pro Imaging CONNECT registration is currently underway, with conference-only registration of $199. Until March 10, a nightly room at Horseshoe Bay Resort is $267.74 per night includes conference registration. To attend both events, the registration package for Pro Imaging CONNECT, Pro Imaging Golf, nightly room, plus one round of golf per day at Horseshoe Bay Resort is $355.74 per night. There is a hard cut-off of March 10 for registration.
The Pro Imaging CONNECT program is programmed by Gary Pageau, editor of The Dead Pixels Society, the photo/imaging networking group and news site.For more information, visit http://www.proimagingconnect.com
About Pro Imaging Expo
Pro Imaging Expo features networking, education and golf events for the imaging industry.
Pro Imaging Golf, with more than 30 years in existence and now partnered with SGIA, hosts more than 144 industry attendees in North Orlando, FL, for three days of fun-filled activities including golf, parties, networking events, and educational events.
Pro Imaging, in conjunction with SGIA, hosts a networking event at PRINTING United in October. This event is open to all in the industry.
Pro Imaging Expo’s newest event, Pro Imaging CONNECT, is aimed at education and networking for individuals in the pro lab, vertically integrated school/sports photography, and retail photography business.
More at http://www.proimagingexpo.com
About the Dead Pixels Society
The Dead Pixels Society, formed in 2009, is dedicated to provide news and information to the businesses in the photo/imaging industry. The group continues to meet clandestinely at industry events and conferences, identified by their stylish lapel pins.
More at http://www.thedeadpixelssociety.com