Workbook To Sponsor Visual Connections Expo 2017

Posted on 8/15/2017 by Jim Pickerell | Printable Version | Comments (0)

Workbook, the leading marketing resource for commercial photographers and illustrators, will again be a sponsor of this year’s Visual Connections Image Expo at the New Yorker hotel in New York on October 25.
Workbook, in print and online, has for nearly four decades been a leading marketing resource for commercial photographers and illustrators and will bring assignment photography, illustration and footage into the mix of visual media providers exhibiting at the show. Buyers and producers in advertising, design, publishing and TV production can meet and talk to artist reps, production companies and stock agencies at this annual one-day event.

“Again in 2017, Workbook is excited to sponsor Visual Connections. For 40 years we’ve been part of the creative process promoting photographers and photography. We see Visual Connections as an opportunity to demonstrate the power of assignment photography to the creative community,” says Bill Daniels, CEO of Workbook.

97% of the people who attend Visual Connections are actively seeking new providers of visual media; and that’s what they find: reps and agencies they hadn’t heard of and wouldn’t have found out about any other way. Visual Connections has become the meeting place for all professionals involved in creating, commissioning, researching, sourcing and licensing visual content.
“Partnering with Workbook has been hugely successful in helping us make Visual Connections even more relevant to visual creatives, more and more of whom work with photographers and videographers as well as using stock,” says Deborah Free, Co-President of Visual Connections.

For more about booking a table to exhibit at this event check out this link. For more information about attending the event use this link.

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