CTIA-The Cellular Telephone Industry Association recently reported that 86 percent of the entire total U.S. population are wireless subscribers. And…96 percent of subscribers carry camera-equipped phones! That’s over 230,000,000 potential revenue sources for your business…and chances are good that you’re not capitalizing on these opportunities.
Have you been thinking about adding cellular to boost your revenues?
Do you currently dabble in wireless or are you in it to win it?
Are you leveraging the industry trend that can bring in an additional profit of $35,000-$75,000/year per store?
To find out how incorporating wireless into your product portfolio will earn you incremental revenue, register for the COMPLIMENTARY webinar on August 21st at 2:00 PM EST:
The Digital Imaging Retailers Guide to Building Your Business With Wireless.
Sponsored by the Wireless Business Owners Consortium and Picture Business, this webinar will run imaging retailers through a detailed look at:
– The opportunities in wireless right now
– What the advancements in camera-phone technology mean to your business
– How to leverage your customer base to significantly boost revenue
– The state of digital imaging
Mark Landiak, America’s leading consultant to wireless dealers, and Mike McEnaney, Editor in Chief of Picture Business, will show you how deploying wireless will build your business, help you capture new customers and dramatically increase your profit potential.
“It’s not a question of whether Digital Imaging is going wireless. We’re already there. The question is which digital imaging retailers are going to jump on the opportunity and which are going to sit back and let the competition eat their lunch.“ – Mark Landiak
To register for this complimentary webinar, click here or call WiBOC at (630)778-9914!
REGISTER NOW – Space is limited to the first 100 retailers.
(Your first feed is complementary. Additional feeds from the same company are available at the reduced rate of $75 for Picture Business Subscribers and WiBOC Members, $129 for non-members.)