Get your professional headshot taken at the Women 2.0 Conference!
By Igor Capibaribe (Founder & CEO, Induztria Photography)
Between drafting your next proposal and prepping for Thursday’s Women 2.0 Conference, things are busy. Let me guess: it’s been a triple latte, skipping breakfast, forgetting to charge your phone kind of week. With our to-do lists weighing us down keeping us organized day in and day out, nothing quite beats the feeling of satisfaction we get from crossing something off the list.
As a savvy business individual, you know how important it is to have a solid professional photo ready for your social media profiles, on your website and for your professional bio. It’s easy to put this off, however, and use your latest favorite Instagram photo or a shot from 10+ years ago when business opportunities come calling.
There’s nothing wrong with a good Instagram, but you probably don’t want a vintage tint on your professional photo, nor do you want a picture that doesn’t represent who you are today.
At the Women 2.0 Conference on Thursday, I will be on site to take your professional headshot for just $89. We make it easy – just show up to the booth, have your picture taken and choose the image you want to keep right away. We’ll send the hi-res image to you via email and will accept payment on site via Square. I will also be giving away a free photography session at the event so bring your business card to drop in the hat.
I mean, who doesn’t want one more thing crossed off their list? Make it happen.
Women 2.0 readers: Do you have a professional headshot ready for speaking engagements or a newspaper mention? Conference attendees can get their professional headshot taken for $89 (before tax) for unlimited digital use.
About the guest blogger: Igor Capibaribe is Founder and CEO at Induztria Photography. He has worked in photography for the past 10 years. He specializes in portraits, fashion, weddings and corporate event photography. Igor is currently the official photographer for the Saint Francis Yacht Club in San Francisco and has worked in numerous high profile, exclusive and diplomatic functions in the city. He considers himself an image maker, an appreciator of all things beautiful and elegant. Follow him on Twitter at @induztria.