(January 13, 2009) 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 our 18-years of leadership in the photo imaging industry,” said Mitch Goldstone, president and CEO of ScanMyPhotos.com.
Photo printing and protecting generations of analog images, along with today’s digital pictures will be the central theme of Mr. Goldstone’s panel discussion at the 2009 Lyra Imaging Symposium
The 12th annual symposium’s varied presentations and panel discussions will examine the event’s official theme, “Collaboration, Customization, and Innovation in the ‘New’ Imaging Industry.
The “Photo Printing” panel discussion on January 28th at 2:25 PM – 3:05 PM will be moderated by Steve Hoffenberg, Lyra’s director of Consumer Imaging Research. The panel discussion includes Kevin Frisch, Chief Marketer, Snapfish, Alexis Gerard, President, Future Image Inc., Mitch Goldstone, President & CEO, ScanMyPhotos.com, and Geoff Soord, Group Development Manager, Software Imaging.
Topics for discussion include:
- Market developments
- Marketing of photo printing
- Experience with the new Kodak photo kiosks and Kodak Adaptive Picture Exchange (APEX), an innovative modular and scalable dry lab solution
Lyra Research, the digital imaging authority (www.lyra.com), is hosting the symposium to bring attendees two days of illuminating industry information and primary research results to help them examine how the imaging industry will change over the next five years. Attendees will receive comprehensive presentations by the imaging industry’s leading players to identify opportunities for market growth and expansion.
Background: Mitch Goldstone, a well-known leader in the photo imaging industry, operates an international Ecommerce photo imaging company and retail photo center based in Irvine, Calif. ScanMyPhotos.com and its parent company, 30 Minute Photos Etc., collectively have digitally preserved tens of millions of pictures since 1990 and is regularly profiled for its innovations and entrepreneurial creativity to help picture-takers save and share generations of photo memories. ScanMyPhotos.com media coverage includes a profile in The New York Times by “Personal Tech” columnist, David Pogue. “Tales from the World of Photo Scanning” [
blog.ScanMyPhotos.com] is the company’s daily news, commentary and special discounts blog. Goldstone, a longtime member of PMA and IPI has addressed many photo industry conferences and the International Consumer Electronics Show.