Mini-Workshop >> Mall Crawl [ Carol Andrews Jensen, M.Photog., Cr. ]
Believe it or not, pro photographers are RETAILERS!!!
Join us at Memorial City, noon, Sunday, July 6th, gathering at the Guest Services booth...for the Marketing Mall Crawl. Former retail buyer, and pro photog., Carol Andrews will lead an introduction to retailing, and an interactive experience first hand with outstanding merchants in the mall. We'll actually "shop" in the stores, and regroup to share ideas and information helpful to your business....this is easy and fun!
Learn how to inspire and hone your business identity, your brand, customer service, product merchandising, packaging and more....these are all the elements required to create an OUTSTANDING business.
These days, it takes more than great photographs to build and create clients for life. They must have a memorable retail EXPERIENCE with you! Learn how to incorporate these ideas, inexpensively into your business, and help you to establish yourself as a successful merchant! Come crawl the mall with us!
Any affiliate guild member or non-member photographer can sign-up to PPGH's mini-workshops starting 14 days prior to event. The event registration will be active at that time.
Master Craftsman photographer, Carol Andrews Jensen, loves to create the magic of a photograph. Over the last 25 years, her award winning photographs have included exhibitions at Photokina in Cologne, Germany; Disney's EPCOT theme park and the International Masters Loan Collection of the Professional Photographers of America, and Fotofest.
Her work has been acquired by the Sherman Hines Museum in Nova Scotia, Canada. She was inducted into Cameracraftsmen of America, an international photographic society of which there are only 40 members, and was only the fourth woman in the society's 95-year history to be admitted. She was a retail buyer for 22 Allied Stores, now Dillards, prior to her photography career. In PPA, she is an Approved Business Instructor, and served as a business instructor and consultant. She has served as a past president of the PPGH, Board member of TPPA, and PPA.
She now is the director of visual arts for the Newspring Art Studios, a non-profit located in Spring Branch. “Newspring is a source of inspiration for our students, and a valuable resource for creating bright futures for them, and their families as well.”