Business Blitz Photography Events: Coming to Your Town

excited to announce the National Press Photographers Association’s upcoming Business Blitz workshops this fall, happening
in St. Louis, San Jose, and St. Petersburg.
These one-day educational workshops are perfect for any freelance
photographer interested in learning more about how to effectively
enhance their portfolio and grow their business. Join over 200
like-minded photographers and get tips from some of the industry’s top
professionals. Below are the details for this month’s event in St.

NPPA Business Blitz
Thursday, September 29  
8:30am – 6:30pm

Renaissance Grand Hotel
800 Washington Ave.
St. Louis, MO

How Much:
$10 for NPPA members
$20 for non-members

John Harrington– Washington D.C.-based photographer and author of Best Business Practices for Photographers and photographer for the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian

Andrew Funderburg– created and owns Fundy Software, design/workflow/pricing software for professional wedding and portrait photographers

Stephanie Zettl– 2010 Winner of 4 Accolades of Excellence from Wedding & Portrait Photographers International

…and our very own Allen Murabayashi, the CEO and Co-Founder of PhotoShelter.

The speakers are diverse and knowledgeable, and the price is right. We hope to see you there!

And check out the Business Blitz workshops in San Jose, CA on October 7 and in St. Petersburg, FL on November 10.

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There are 2 comments for this article
  1. Drew Selman at 8:00 pm

    The really, really disappointing part of this? Its the first day of Rosh Hashanah and most folks of the Jewish persuasion will be in synagogue. Nice going NPPA, way to check the f’ing calendar. How would you feel if we set something for Christmas?

  2. BBennet at 4:08 pm

    Not only is it Rosh Hashanah but it also falls on National Coffee Day!! I know it’s sad that I know this but my goal is to become a Chief Human Resources Officer so I keep track of the various holidays even if it’s as silly as National Coffee Day.

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