Members with an active APA membership save $75 on this event.
According to a new study, the #1 reason salespeople lose business is that they are not trusted or respected. The top 6 reasons salespeople lose business has nothing to do with the quality of their product. Underperforming salespeople lack the awareness to know that buyers don't value them, nor do they understand why. APA Chicago can help.
The big question - how do you become a trusted advisor who is respected? By learning from the best. Celebrity and award-winning photographer, Art Streiber brings his all-day, three-part workshop "Career Management and Self Promotion for Today’s Modern Photographer" workshop to Chicago. This is an incredible opportunity to learn from the best.
Learn Streiber's trade secrets:
Art will also be available to answer these 24 questions and all your questions:
Art Streiber, one of the most influential photographers, is also one of the most grounded and giving photo mentors this decade has seen. Here's why:
“I’m compelled to mentor and advise younger photographers and assistants because I wasn’t mentored.” –Art Streiber
Workshop attendance is open to all photographers. APA membership will save you $75 on registration fees.
Warning math calculation: You can join APA at the base level ($50), register for this event as an APA member ($100) and save $25 off the general public price ($175). No brainer, join APA today.
Put us to the test. Attend Art Streiber's Workshop on September 10. Then implement Art's best practices into your business workflow, and if they haven't positively impacted your business, we will offer a full refund of your registration fees for up to one year.
Still not sure Art Streiber is the bee's knees? Read this article then you can register for the event.
APA Chicago exists to provide business tools that help photographic artists of all levels run a smarter, more creative, and profitable business. Hosting events like the Art Streiber Workshop helps us achieve our stated mission. Join today.
Art Streiber is a Los Angeles-based photographer / director specializing in reportage, portraiture, corporate, entertainment and advertising projects.
Editorial clients include Vanity Fair, Entertainment Weekly, Wired, New York, Fortune, ESPN, GQ and The New York Times Magazine.
Entertainment clients include ABC, CBS, NBC, HBO, A&E, CNN, MSNBC, Fox, TBS, TNT, The CW, IFC, MTV, SyFy Channel, Showtime, TVLand, Universal Studios, Columbia-TriStar, Dreamworks, Paramount, STX, Sony Pictures and Warner Bros. Studios.
Advertising clients include Chase Bank, KFC, Kohler, Cadillac, Miller Lite, Heineken, Subway, Farmers Insurance, Oakley and Disneyland.
Art has lectured at the International Center of Photography, The Santa Fe Workshops, Art Center College of Design, PDN's Photo Plus, Savannah College of Art & Design, ATLAS Institute at University of Colorado at Boulder and at The Stanford Publishing Course.
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