The Business of Photography Conference team is excited to announce the 3rd consecutive edition of the annual Business of Photography Conference. The conference is set to take place on Tuesday, April 21, 2020 at the Landmark Events Center Lagos. This initiative was established to help photographers and creatives tackle challenges that come with their various profession.

The Business of Photography Conference is championed and Visualized by award winning and published photographer, Kola Oshalusi, founder of Insigna Media, it is emphasized that the goal is to effectively sustain the industry and also monetize creativity. The conference is set to understand photography from a business oriented angle and create a chart leading to the future and growth of the creative industry. 

This year’s edition is themed “Photography and Tech Evolution” and the conversations will cover every aspect since the inception of photography as a career and how it has grown over the years. Stakeholders, investors, equipment manufacturers, photographers, retailers and all creative minds involved are expected to make use of this great opportunity to network and share their challenges and journey with one another as well as proffer solutions that will be helpful to the creative industry as a whole. There will be panel sessions, master classes, exhibitions and interactive sessions.

 The West Africa Photography Awards is collaborating with The Business of Photography Conference team to recognize and give awards to well deserving photographers who have done very well in the last year. The awards will take place shortly after the conference.

As the usual practice, there will be vendors exhibiting their products for sale. This year’s conference promises to be very enlightening, educating and memorable

Register, clear up your calendars and be there!

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You can also reach @bopnetworks on Instagram and Business of Photography on facebook.

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