Fujifilm North America Corporation recently announced the launch of Fujifilm Business Builders, a free, no obligation program designed to help photo businesses generate increased profitability.
The program is open to current Fujifilm business partners and to businesses that specialize in the printing of photos and photo specialty items. Fujifilm Business Builders provides access to a variety of financial calculators and decision-making tools, profit-generating techniques, webinars on important industry topics, and actionable market research to help tap the growth opportunities in the photo printing businesses.
“Fujifilm understands that our growth is directly tied to the success of our customers’ businesses. Fujifilm Business Builders provides access to our industry expertise, and resources so that our customers can take full advantage of the emerging growth opportunities in the photo industry,” said Joellyn Gray, director, customer marketing, Imaging Division, Fujifilm North America Corporation. “By maintaining an active dialogue with our current and prospective customers, we are able to help meet their business needs in a more personal and proactive way.”
The Fujifilm Business Builders program will offer a variety of free informational resources at its website, www.PhotoBusinessBuilders.com including:
– Financial tools, such as ROI calculators to evaluate business investments;
– Educational webinars on strategic topics such as making the decision to move from wet to dry technology and optimizing marketing strategies;
– Research insights into market trends and shifts;
– Notification of special pricing programs.
Free product samples and drawings are offered regularly. As an added convenience, participating businesses can also sign up to receive email notifications when new content and resources are uploaded to the Fujifilm Business Builders web site.
Fujifilm’s Business Builders site is now live. Qualified businesses can sign up for the free program by going to www.PhotoBusinessBuilders.com or by calling 877-845-1608.