APH Annual Conference 2016 · Kick It Up
Wednesday, October 26
1:45 — 6:00 pm
Marketing Show & Tell
Speed Coaching for Personal History Entrepreneurs
1:45 pm – 3:00 pm
Don't miss the opportunity to seek advice from some of our association's most successful personal 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 such topics as Marketing, Interviewing Techniques, Publishing, Video, Audio, Operating a Small Business, Teaching Personal History Workshops, Ethical Wills, Websites, and more.
We are grateful for our veteran members who volunteer their time and expertise to participate in this popular program. Rhonda Kalkwarf will facilitate this event; if you are interested in being a coach this year, please email Rhonda Kalkwarf
2:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Come explore new technologies and talk with service and product providers who can help you improve or even expand your business. Members will have a chance to look at equipment, explore online solutions, and talk to potential subcontractors with a variety of skills.
See the Advertisers, Vendors & Sponsors page for details about participating as a vendor.
Print Show & Tell
3:00 pm – 4:30 pm
Meet with fellow members working in print and see examples of their work. APH Conference Director Mary Beth Lagerborg will facilitate this session. If you would like to offer a brief presentation on the scope of a particular project, including production processes and pricing calculations, please email Mary Beth Lagerborg before October 1
to reserve one of the limited number of presenter slots available.
Marketing Show & Tell
4:30 pm – 6:00 pm
This popular event allows attendees the opportunity to share marketing successes and failures.
APH Marketing Director, Judith McDowell, will facilitate this session, where various personal historians will present brief case studies, including samples, of a marketing program they initiated. Each participant will be provided with guidelines and a
list of suggested components for a brief case-study presentation. Presenter slots are limited, so if you are interested in presenting a case study, email Judith McDowell before October 1