Exclusive Webinar: How to Build a Successful University Photo Store

Exclusive Webinar: How to Build a Successful University Photo Store

That Time of Year

The season of giving is right around the corner.

Soon, shoppers will be looking for the perfect gift for everyone on their list.

And what do you get for the college student, parent, alum who has everything? What about a framed photo of their favorite school?

An aerial shot of your campus or a special edition commemorating the big game can be a meaningful gift for people in your community. But first you have to make those photos available for sale – and now is the time to do it.

70-80% of university photo store image sales happen during the holiday season.

Over the next six weeks, your university photo store can delight your fans and offset or eliminate the budget impact of your visual asset management system.

And here’s the best part: You still have time.

The Details

Watch our video, How to Set Up A Successful Photo Store to learn how to set up your store quickly and easily.


      A webinar on how to build a successful university photo store

in as little as one week

Host: Martin Vloet, University Solutions Manager at Libris

Martin spent 14 years as the senior photographer and sports photography brand manager at the University of Michigan, where he turned the photo store into a compliant six-figure revenue stream. At Libris, he consults with schools on how to build their own profitable and NCAA-compliant photo stores.

In this video, you’ll learn:

  • What makes your photo store NCAA-compliant
  • How to use the right tools and configurations to succeed
  • How to make simple content choices to prioritize an early ROI
  • About a special Libris offer: How we can help you with this year’s holiday sales

Watch the video today.

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Get a Head Start

Get started before the webinar by reading our photo store series!

Part 1: How to Sell Your School’s Images without Breaking NCAA Rules
Part 2: How to Run a Profitable University Photo Store
Part 3: Case Study: University of Tennessee’s Vol Photo Store


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