APH 2011 Annual Conference — E x p a n d i n g H o r i z o n s
Wednesday, October 19, 2011
Audio expert Gloria Nussbaum
giving advice at the Speed Coaching Table
Speed Coaching for Personal History Entrepreneurs
1:00 — 2:30 pm
APH members Laura Blumenthal and Marcia Orland will facilitate this event. Don�t miss this opportunity to seek advice from some of our association�s most successful personal and family historians. To participate, sign up early at the APH Store for a free ten-minute, one-on-one speed coaching session with a specialist in your area of interest, including Marketing, Interviewing Techniques, Publishing, Video, Audio, Operating a Small Business, Teaching Personal History Workshops, Ethical Wills, Websites, and much more. We are grateful for our veteran members who volunteer their time and expertise to participate in this popular program.
Print Show and Tell
2:00 — 3:30 pm
APH member Sharon Waldman will facilitate this session, which affords attendees a great chance to meet with members working in print or other non-video media. Everyone is invited to show samples and give a brief presentation of the scope of their project, how the work was produced, and how pricing was calculated. Tables will be provided to display members� products during this event. Please sign up early for the limited number of slots available during this 90-minute session.
Just email Sharon Waldman
to let her know you�re interested.
Marketing Show and Tell
3:30 — 5:00 pm
New to the conference this year, Marketing Show & Tell will give attendees the opportunity to share marketing successes and failures. APH Conference Chair Marianne Waller will facilitate this session, where various personal historians will present brief case studies, including samples, of a marketing program they initiated. Anyone wishing to present a case study should notify Marianne before October 1. Each participant will be provided with guidelines and a list of suggested components for a brief case-study presentation. Please sign up early (email [email protected]
), as there are a limited number of slots available during this 90-minute session.