Gary Pageau is principal of InfoCircle LLC, continuing his marketing communications career. For nearly 25 years, he was with PMA International, serving most recently as Publisher, Content Development and Strategic Initiatives. His primary responsibilities included overseeing the Association’s editorial department, marketing research unit, education and corporate relations department.
The PMA editorial department activities include the Association’s monthly flagship magazine, PMA Magazine – Connecting the Imaging Communities; the daily PMA Newsline news site and numerous monthly newsletters. The PMA marketing research unit conducts both industry and consumer research in the field of photo/imaging, which is cited widely in the business and the trade press.
A native of the Detroit area, he graduated from Adrian College, Adrian, Mich., in 1985 with degrees in English and in Art. Prior to coming to PMA, he worked at the St. Ignace News, St. Ignace, Mich., and Olivet College, Olivet, Mich.
Content marketing firm InfoCircle LLC announced a marketing partnership with Lucidiom Inc., the leading provider of retail and online imaging solutions. Under the agreement, InfoCircle will provide turnkey marketing programs, called “Lucidiom Marketing Tools,” for Lucidiom photo specialty retailer/customers, including actionable social media content, marketing materials and more. A monthly webinar will also be offered.(…)
From our post at DI Reporter: “After a tumultuous 2013, the prognosis for 2014 is for continued innovation and change. Last year saw changes as the continued iterations of apps, apps and more apps grabbed headlines. Smartphones were the cameras of choice for most people, impacting compact camera sales. In the interchangeable-lens market, full-frame mirrorless(…)
Well-known social-media sensei Georgia McCabe and photo-imaging journalist/analyst Gary Pageau announced a partnership to jointly provide social media and marketing communication services. Georgia McCabe is a digital-imaging pioneer, holding high-impact positions at IBM, Eastman Kodak Co. and Fujifilm U.S.A. She has turned her technical and marketing prowess to the social media world, focusing on ways(…)
From our post at the Darwillisms blog: “This is the time of the year when marketing columnists and bloggers look back at the year prior and make predictions for next year. These articles can range from the banal to the inspired. Writers make their bread-and-butter getting traffic and page views, so there’s an incentive to(…)
Our quotes in the Kiosks go SoLoMo: A look at the trends of 2013: “Gary Pageau, principal at InfoCircle and blogger for Kiosk Marketplace, said that retailers with photo kiosks have also benefited from the success of mobile with the use of geo-fencing. Retailers struggling to justify a fleet of kiosks, with the attendant updates,(…)
KioskMarketplace.com listed its top 10 kiosk stories of 2013, and and our interview with Kodak about the post-bankruptcy future of its imaging businesses was the number one article. Check out the article here. Send to Kindle
From our article at DI Reporter: “Think there’s no life left in photo kiosks? Have they reached the end of their development life? Certainly not, if recent observations are taken into account. Last June, Precision Camera held a grand opening for its new Austin, Texas, superstore. During the festivities, two members of the kiosk vendor(…)
From our post at the Darwillisms blog: “With just over two months left in 2013, it’s not too early to look ahead to the trends that will shape 2014. Fresh off our exhibition at DMA 13, we’ve come away with some key ideas shaping the future. “Social media will continue to be an important tool(…)
From our post at KioskMarketplace.com: “Kodak Alaris, the Rochester, N.Y.- based spin-off from Eastman Kodak, today unveiled the Kodak Photo Service — a move that opens up the company’s worldwide installed base of more than 100,000 Kodak Picture Kiosks and printers to developers. The program brings to fruition the initial efforts of the Kodak Developer program,(…)
Darwill will be exhibiting at the DMA 2013 conference, Oct. 12-17, at McCormick Place West, Chicago, Ill. As we mentioned last time, Darwill specializes in producing high-quality, cost-effective print materials in the sheet-fed and digital-print markets. In particular, Darwill features the high-speed Oce ColorStream 3500 six-color press, one of a few North American printers with this high-speed, roll-fed printer. The(…)