Free 2011 6Sight Future of Imaging Conference Videos Available Online

Free 2011 6Sight Future of Imaging Conference Videos Available Online


Jackson, MI—Videos of all sessions of the 2011 6Sight Future of Imaging Conference are now available online at in the Event Archive section of at no charge.

“You can virtually join the nearly 200 imaging leaders from around the world who came together at the June 6Sight Conference in San Jose, California,” said Joe Byrd, president, 6Sight Conferences, “and witness the four summit conferences that explored the most vital issues facing the imaging industry today.”

Check out imaging experts providing their perspectives, including noted author and industry guru Guy Kawasaki, author of the new book, Enchantment, who focused on social imaging; digital printing and publishing pioneer and marketing expert Barb Pellow, who spoke on photo publishing; analyst Tony Henning, who covered mobile imaging; nationally recognized mobile industry authority and principal analyst of MobileTrax, J. Gerry Purdy, Ph.D., who presented on emerging trends, technologies and market behavior in cell phones; and digital photography analyst Paul Worthington, who focused on photo image capture.

Site visitors can also watch the 6Sight analyst panel that featured a who’s who of imaging analyst firms debating key issues facing the imaging business. The discussion was led by InfoTrends founder Kristy Holch, and speakers include Marion Knoche of Gfk, Ron Glaz of IDC, Ed Lee of InfoTrends, Liz Cutting of NPD, Jon Peddie of JPR Research, and Steve Hoffenberg of Lyra. PMA publisher Gary Pageau also presented new data from the association’s survey of mobile imaging users.

“We are pleased to present the videos of our 6Sight Future of Imaging Conference to all those who were not able to attend,” said Byrd. “Seeing the videos is a great way to gain the knowledge of the event, but to experience the real excitement and executive networking, you need to attend the next edition of 6Sight on November 15-17, 2011, in Malmö, Sweden, and explore the future of mobile imaging.”