IRVINE, Calif.–“Pictures are everything, we make yours last a lifetime and more,” is what ScanMyPhotos.com has championed as a pioneer in super-fast and affordable photo scanning and digital imaging. This slogan is the foundation for the parent company’s (30 Minute Photos Etc.) 18-years of leadership in the photo imaging industry.
Protecting generations of analog and today’s digital pictures will be the central theme of Mitch Goldstone’s storage and preservation discussion at the annual InfoTrend 2008 Digital Imaging Conference to be held October 15-16, 2008 at the Sheraton Gateway SFO in Burlingame, CA.
InfoTrends is the leading worldwide market research and strategic consulting firm for the digital imaging industry. Mr. Goldstone will join the panel discussion “Just How Valuable are Those Photos?” on Thursday, October 16 at 1:15 pm.
Conference session overview
According to InfoTrends, “For years now, InfoTrends has used its bully pulpit to publicize the need for easy to use and affordable archiving and backup solutions for consumers. The journey has been slow, but there are signs of progress. New services and solutions have been introduced. Efforts to educate consumers are ongoing. Questions still remain, such as: Are consumers willing to pay for these services and solutions? Does long term retrieval of photos really matter to consumers? During this session, leading vendors will discuss the value that consumers place on their photos and what will compel them to take the next steps forward to ensuring that they are available for generations to come.”
For more information, please visit: www.digitalimagingconference.com.
Mitch Goldstone, president and CEO of ScanMyPhotos.com, is a well-known leader in the photo imaging industry. ScanMyPhotos.com has digitally preserved more than 9-million pictures and operates an international Ecommerce photo imaging company, based in Irvine, Calif. They regularly are profiled in the national media for its innovations and entrepreneurial creativity to help picture-takers save and share their generations of photo memories. Recently, ScanMyPhotos.com was profiled in The New York Times by “Personal Tech” columnist, David Pogue and publishes Tales from the World of Photo Scanning [blog.ScanMyPhotos.com]. Goldstone is a longtime member of PMA and IPI and a regular speaker at photo industry conferences and at the International Consumer Electronics Show.
Contacts, ScanMyPhotos.com, Mitch Goldstone, 949-474-7654, Goldstone (at) ScanMyPhotos.com