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One Vision Imaging MPA Trade Partner - One Vision Imaging is continuing as an official MPA trade partner.
The Master Photographers Association is pleased to announce the continued Trade Partnership with One Vision Imaging.
The deal extends across a number of areas mutually beneficial to both organisations and includes a high profile presence in the Members' Area of the website (www.thempa.com) and in MPA's publications.
Trade Partnerships are an initiative introduced last year by the Association that were developed due to a need in the photo industry for companies to work more closely with their suppliers to add greater benefits all round.
OVI’s Managing Director Derek Poulston said: "One Vision Imaging is once again delighted to become an MPA Trade Partner for the second year running. We have something very much in common with the MPA, that being that we spend every hour of every day looking after professional photographers and doing everything we can to enhance their status in the eyes of the general public. Just like the MPA, we need professional photographers to thrive and prosper because without them we’re nothing.”
Something that demonstrates OVI’s passion for looking after photographers is their latest venture. Vision Impress is completely focussed on photographers business and marketing needs. Their objective is to create innovative and exciting press printed products specifically aimed at helping the professional photographer. Utilising their very latest Indigo 5600, Six Colour Press the quality of their output is said to be stunning.
Chief Executive of the MPA, Colin Buck added: "We are delighted that One Vision Imaging sees the potential to continue to work closely with our members. As an organisation dealing with professionals it is important that we work with suppliers at the top of their field and OVI is a well respected established pro lab."
For more information, visit the One Vision website.