SMP Pops Up at the Franchise Multi-Unit Summit 2016
Social Media Photographers will be popping up at the Franchise Relationships Institute's National Multi-Unit Summit in Sydney on April 7th. We will have out Pop Up Studio onsite providing free Professional Profile Photos to attendees. Amber and Jan will also be hosting a round table discussion on "Ensuring your Business Looks Good on Social Media" which will feature high value, actionable items that will help franchisees and brands to ensure that their products and services stand out on Social Media.
The SOLD OUT event will feature speakers and representatives from some of Australia's leading franchise brands. Working closely with Greg Nathan and Rebecca Williams from Franchise Relationships Institute, we identified 3 key ways that Social Media Photographers could bring additional value to the Summit experience for presenters and attendees.
Franchise Relationships Institute is the global leader in understanding the factors that impact on franchisee suitability, satisfaction and success. With over 27 years in the Franchise industry, their research has enabled them to develop specialised professional development programs, publications, tools and processes for the franchising sector.
To learn more about the National Multi-Unit Summit or Franchise Relationships Institute, visit their website here.
Want to have Social Media Photographers Pop Up at your next Conference or Event? Contact us to discuss our Pop Up Studio, Conference Presentations and Speaking, and Event Photography.
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