PMA registration - Photo imaging show|
The world's largest photo imaging trade show is definitely the place to be if you are interested in digital imaging. If you want to attend the PMA 2006 event and see for yourself what is happening at the show floor, learn more from key speakers during educational sessions and get informed by members of the industry about the latest innovations then start making plans and visit the PMA 2006 registration home page. We will be there, we know all our friends and some 'competition' is there… we are ready for it, are you?
PMA 2006 - Orange County convention center
At PMA 2006, you'll learn about the latest trends and ideas across the industry. And, you'll hear valuable tips and insights to help you with any business challenge you may be facing. From industry veterans to global business leaders, you will not miss any of the great sessions and speakers already lined up for PMA 2006, including: The Art of the Start: Every Company Is a Start-Up with Guy Kawasaki, Garage Technology Ventures, as speaker, Embracing Paradox: Trend Used to Be So Simple with Robyn Waters, RW Trend LLC, as speaker, Marketing Magic with Amy Curtis-McIntyre, Jet Blue Airways, as speaker, and Loyalty, Disney Style with representative, The Disney Institute, as speaker.
PMA is the trade association of photo imaging retailers and processors worldwide. The main goal of PMA is to help more than 20,000 members, in 100-plus countries, expand their consumer, commercial and industrial markets and increase their profitability. As a non-profit organization for more than 80 years, any success enjoyed by PMA in its endeavors directly benefits the industry, as it allows PMA to provide additional services and activities for members. With international headquarters located in Jackson, Michigan, PMA has branch offices in Washington, D.C.; Rosebery, New South Wales, Australia; São Paulo, Brazil; Ancaster, Ontario, Canada; Prague, Czech Republic; Welwyn, England; Vanves, France; Munich, Germany; Milan, Italy; Mexico City, Mexico; Auckland, New Zealand; and Moscow, Russia.