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Photography as a Bridge to Your Customer

  • 15 May 2019
  • 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM (UTC+10:00)
  • Inlet Hotel, Inverloch


  • Special price for members. BONUS offer: You can bring two non-members at membership prices.

Please note: to ensure we are able to continue providing a great event with delicious and quality meals, there has been an increase in ticket prices. We are excited to continue hosting these exciting events at affordable prices as well as excellent speakers from the region and beyond.

We look forward to seeing you at this next event!
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How to take Photos that Connect You & Your Customers

Whether your business is online or face-to-face, developing a relationship with your customer is paramount. Sue Carmody, our speaker at SBWN's May networking event, will show us how to use photography to successfully build the bridge to your customers.

It might be taking a photo to include on your ‘About Us’ page, photographing stock for your website, or simply catching that special moment with your family and friends.

This will be an interactive session so make sure you bring your smartphone or camera and be prepared to snap away!

About our Guest Speaker

Sue Carmody
Susan Carmody - Photography & Film

Sue CarmodySue has over 20 years’ experience working as a professional photographer, helping clients from small to medium size businesses, the tourism and education sectors and not-for-profit organisations with their visual communication.

Sue also works as a filmmaker producing and directing marketing films for clients such as Chisholm Tafe, Federation Training, Make a Wish Foundation, Carbonlite and SBWN member, Nicole Salmon.

Sue's passion is working with people and creating images that connect the viewer to the subject to help tell their story.

About our venue

Cottage Restaurant

3-5 The Esplanade

This is part of our winter series - events are on WEDNESDAY evenings in May, June & July

The Southern Business Women's Network acknowledges the traditional Aboriginal owners of land on which we meet and pays respect to them, their culture and their Elders past, present and future.

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