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Harveys, Officeworks target printers, too!

Trade website ProPrint is to the printing industry what PhotoCounter is to the photographic industry, and the resonance between the report below by ProPrint journalist…

Still gold in AgX!

Fujifilm has pinned its looming colour negative and slide film price increase on falling demand, but speak to the photo print service providors who are…

Vital retailing statistics

Dan Mann, founder and president of The Mann Group, was one of the stars of the show at the recent IPIC2015 conference in Las Vegas,…

Panasonic announces digital signage screens

Panasonic Australia has joined Samsung in launching an affordable range of retail digital signage systems, with LED screens from 43-inch through to 65-inch. Released immediately…

Photo books – keeping it simple

The growth of the photo book market has been slowed by perceptions that putting together a book is just too complex and time-consuming, but some…

Screenshot from both sides

A recent online conversation which created a lot of interest on information sharing website Reddit reveals that there is a long tale of consumers out…

A tale of two product launches

Regular readers of PhotoCounter will have probably noticed a level of editorial frustration at the sign-off on Nikon product press releases, ‘Please Refer to Australian…

Don’t ignore this golden opportunity

The photo industry – particularly the bit of it which prints photographs – has been battling to keep its head above water since the digital…

‘Painless’, low-cost online marketing

Following the PMA Specialty Photo Conference (Oct 31 – Nov 2) Stuart Holmes, managing director, Independent Photo Services, is urging photo specialist retailers to consider…

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