BCPVA Meeting January 16, 2013: How To Have It All!

BCPVA Members Meeting How To Have It All

7pm Wednesday January 16, 2013

Best Western Chelsea Inn, 725 Brunette Avenue, Coquitlam, BC

See photos from this event here.

 

1] Special Presentation: Having It All!

Doug Burns, Business Coach, The Power of Two

“I truly believe that if you have a vision for your business that is grounded deeply in your values, and that if you have created compelling objectives and are working toward them with calm determination, you already have a successful business. The numbers will follow!”

Doug Burns Special Presenter BCPVA

Doug Burns, Business Coach [www.thepoweroftwo.ca] helps Fortune 500 Execs and small business owners have it all. His specialty is keeping them excited about their business visions and holding them accountable for consistently performing the actions that will bring them the success they desire.

Doug will share about the power of perspectives and prioritizing plus the Top Ten Things that you can do to keep your life and business thriving and in balance — so you can have it all!

2] Expert Panel Discussion
Two Things This Videographer is Doing Differently in 2013

Videographer doing things differently in 2013Join in on a timely discussion on best practices for running a videography business and producing the best videos. Expert panel with seasoned BCPVA members and audience participation.

What are you going to do differently this year?

 

 

 

3] New Professional Member Presentation

Be the first to see video work from one our newest professional BCPVA members.

 

4] Open Discussion 

Bring your questions and video problems. Someone will know the answer!

 

BCPVA monthly meetings are a forum for members and guests to learn, share, and network with video industry professionals. Typical meetings can include presentations by experts in technology, shooting, editing, storytelling & imagery, and business management.  New Professional members often show examples of their video productions followed by Q&A and open topic discussions.  The annual Kudos Video Awards gives members the chance to showcase their work in front of a large audience and win awards. Frequently our Vendor Members bring the latest technology like cameras, lights, and gear to our meetings so you can try them out.

The point of BCPVA meetings is to help our members be the best videographers they can be!

Are you ready to have a successful videography business?

 

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BC Professional Videographers Association is a non profit organization that exists to support the professional development, creativity, and entrepreneurial growth of its members; while serving the growing need for professional video production.