Technologically Advanced Publishing conference (TAP! 2013)

$200 Off TAP! 2013 Registration

The Technologically Advanced Publishing conference (TAP! 2013) will be held January 8-11, 2013 at the Rosen Plaza Hotel in Orlando, Florida.

This cutting-edge training conference will push new limits in digital content creation, publishing, and distribution of digital content. The who’s who in this new emerging space will share case studies, talk tech and help you bring your digital publishing projects to life inside the classroom and beyond. Registration includes up to 4 days of sessions that cover strategy and vision as well as practical tools and techniques from content creation to final distribution.

ASMP Members receive $200.00 off the registration package of your choice!

Register by December 7, and receive an additional $150.00 off for a total discount of $350.00!

Program offerings include Sink or Swim: Navigating Today’s Turbulent Waters as a Content Creator, a new ASMP sponsored presentation by Walt Jones, an ASMP LA Member, still photographer, CG Supervisor and Virtual Cinematographer. He will guide you through an overview of the changing landscape faced by content creators, discuss the new fundamentals in today’s business and distribution models, and identify how we can make the most out of the incredible opportunities available to us.

Keynote speakers include Guy Kawasaki, Scott Kelby, Scott Bourne and Debbie Bates-Schrott. Every attendee receives a free copy of Guy Kawasaki’s new book APE: Author-Publisher-Entrepreneur and a free one-year membership in the International Association of Electronic Publishers (IAEPUB).

Learn more about the conference at www.TAP2013.com.

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