Are You Thinking About Attending Le Book Connections San Francisco? Please do!

IMG_0596On Thursday, February 27, San Francisco will host their first ever Le Book Connections at the TheNwblk.  We could not be more excited.  Not only will we reconnect with current industry friends but we will surely make new friends as well.  And, all without having to travel!  That never happens!!

With such creative agencies, brands and high tech clients in our own backyard, the day will certainly be exciting.  The sense of community will be strong and it will be the perfect opportunity to come review not only photography but other content providers as well.

If you are considering attending the event and want to learn more about the power of the connections you will make there, check out these posts that I shared previously about the events in NY and LA.

What did Justine Barnes of Duncan Channon think of Connections NYC?

What did Suzee Barrabee of Goodby Silverstein & Partners  think of Le Book Connections NYC?

Another June, another Le Book NYC.  See who was there with us.

6 days,  7 airplanes, 18 taxis, 4 hotels, 40 appointments and 100s of handshakes and  hugs later.

Did you stop by our booth at Le Connections in LA last week to get a martini?  If not, check our our photos and see who did.

Why I loved Le Book Connections Chicago so much.  Sharing my top ten reasons.

A week of in NY – a recap of Le Book and Community Table.

We love our village . Sharing photos from Le Book Los Angeles.

Notes from A Rep’s Journal. Observations from Le Book’s Connections NYC.

And, if you stop by our booth, be sure to register for the iPad Mini.  You never know, you may be the lucky winner!

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