What happens when the economy and technology creates havoc to an entire industry? Find out how ScanMyPhotos.com reinvented itself – transforming from a local retail photo center into an international eCommerce photo industry leader.
Today, your shoeboxes of photo snapshots are quickly scanned and shared on your computer, iPhone and added to your blog and social networking sites. There is an urgency to share your favorite analog pictures in today’s all-digital world before the images fade away.
Listen to Mitch Goldstone, president and CEO of ScanMyPhotos.com discuss how his 20-year photo business, based in Irvine-California, reinvented itself to scan tens-of-millions of pictures worldwide. Along with hundreds of other photo imaging products, including online photo restorations, 35mm slide scanning, photo albums and Kodak-quality photo reprints, listen to this inspiring entrepreneurial story for every business owner,
ScanMyPhotos.com shared its magic and explained how it reinvented its business on The CEO Show.
Interview: Listen to Mitch Goldstone on The CEO Show.
Topic: “Digitizing photos for celebrities and the masses.”
Goldstone credits The Eastman Kodak Company for pioneering the technology that has helped reinvent the entire photo imaging industry. “I would love to take credit for scanning tens of millions of pictures, but, the real secret behind this technology is Kodak. As the worldwide leader in photo imaging, Kodak enables us to scan hundreds of thousands of pictures a day. I can’t say enough about Kodak; they are the magic behind our success and why I have been in business since 1990. I always embraced Kodak’s new products and technologies, especially to help solve the biggest problem in photography: how to quickly and affordably scan analog photographs to bring family memories into today’s all-digital world,” said Goldstone.
The CEO Show with Robert Reiss is America’s nationally syndicated broadcast that goes in depth with business leaders who have reinvented their industry by creating customer experience organizations. Mr. Goldstone was interviewed by Mr. Reiss on the December 6, 2009 program.
ScanMyPhotos.com is the fast and affordable international photo scanning service. Founded in 1990, the company safely scans up to 1000 pictures for [$79.50] with same day returned from its California headquarters. Hundreds of other photo services are also provided; including, free shipping for scanning about 2,000 photos in its most popular fill-the-box service. A New York Times David Pogue article said that “ScanMyPhotos service could turn out to be the best [$79.50] plus shipping you’ll ever spend.”
ScanMyPhotos.com was ranked 17th on the Web100.com Photography listing and was included as “The Best of LA 2009″ by Los Angeles Magazine. Scores of other profiles are referenced on the Web site. The company has trusted KODAK brand products since 1990 and credits the Eastman Kodak Company with pioneering new ways to share pictures in today’s all-digital world. “We launched an entirely new business by commercializing KODAK scanning technology, KODAK Photo Kiosks and KODAK APEX (Adaptive Picture Exchange) printing to provide innovative new products for our customers,” explained Goldstone.
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