The Senior Project – by Salvatore Cincotta

Sal is an award winning photographer, author, WPPI platform speaker, and columnist for Rangefinder magazine.

Sal is one of the most sought after business consultants in our industry, helping studios and photographers take their businesses to the next level.

Fresh off last year’s highly rated wedding boot camp tour, Sal and Taylor are back on the road this spring sharing their “take no prisoners” approach to the high-school senior market sharing all the secrets to their success! Seniors represent over 25% of their business. You can’t ignore this segment of the market. Seniors become brides and brides become family clients.

In 2007, gross sales were less than $50k. Today, Salvatore Cincotta Photography represents a million dollar brand. Shooting weddings, seniors, babies and families – find out how he did it! Salvatore Cincotta Photography includes several brands including Studio C, Salvatore Cincotta Films, and, new this year, Signature Collection Albums.
If you want to take your business to the next level, this is a must attend seminar. No matter your niche or experience, you will take away priceless information!

In-depth topics covered include

//how to create and market a sustainable ambassador program

//how to create senior packages and pricing strategies

//how to run a successful sales process either in-home or in-studio

//breaking into the local high-schools (not literally 😉 )

//destination senior shoots

//marketing tactics that work

//using social media, direct mail, and referral programs to generate buzz

//branding and creating that “cool” factor for the seniors

//post-production tips on how to create senior artwork

//much much more…

Each attendee will receive a workbook with how-to guides, notes, and vendor specials.

PLUS, each city will have over $3,000 in give-aways from our sponsors!

Use this code to save $40!  ppa

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Seattle, WA
17620 International Blvd
Seattle, WA 98188
United States


Apr 16, 2012 4PM – 10PM

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