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Send your product info and articles in by October 2nd

Last chance to get featured in PCR’s November issue

There’s one week left to get your product, service or opinion covered in the next issue of PCR.

Our November issue will include a special look at the photography and video recording sector including hardware like action cams and photo editing software. We’ll also be featuring some of the UK channel’s top account managers along with our other usual features and interviews.

We have several opportunities for you to get involved, including:

• A day in the life of – a 400-word first-person account of your typical working day.

• Opinion piece – this can be on anything you like, as long as it’s relevant – we’d love to hear what you think of the market for photography hardware/software, or what makes a great account manager, or anything else you’d like to mention.

• The Last Word – the best opinion piece of the month will get featured as a full-page article.

• Store of the Month – if you’re an indie retailer and want your store featured, get in touch and let us know why we should include you.

To get involved, simply email your idea or article across to dominic.sacco@intentmedia.co.uk.

This month’s sector guides are:

•Camera and video camera hardware (digital cameras, camcorders, action cams, SLRs and more) – send your entries to laura.barnes@intentmedia.co.uk

•Camera and video camera accessories(memory cards, cables, tripods, cases) and software (photo/video editing e.g. Photoshop, Premiere Pro) – send your entries to jade.burke@intentmedia.co.uk

If you’re a vendor or distributor and want to get your relevant products featured in PCR, simply email around 75-100 words of product details (plus separate specs), high resolution image for each product, price, list of distributors (if applicable), and contact number.

The deadline for entries is October 2nd.

For advertising enquiries, please email pcr-online-staff@transfer.pcr-online.biz

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