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April 20, 2021 - First-Time Buyers and Photo Products: Values & Opportunities (New Report)

April 15, 2021 - Aspiring Photographers and Photo Products: The Photo Card Opportunity (New Report)

April 13, 2021 - Aspiring Photographers: Driving the Future (Infographic)

March 4, 2021 - Aspiring Photographers: The Future of Photography (New Report)

February 10, 2021 - US Photo Merchandise Market Boosted by Young People and First-Time Buyers

September 3, 2020 - Resilient Photo Merchandise Market Expected to Return to Growth in 2021

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Rise Above Research Photo Merchandise Study Featured in Latest Issue of Digital Imaging Reporter

Rise Above Research’ recent US Photo Merchandise Study was featured in the March 2021 issue of Digital Imaging Reporter, a trade magazine that delivers news that is specifically targeted to the imaging and photo business, in a story by David Haueter that highlights the impact of COVID-19 on the photo merchandise market. [David Haueter]

A Virtual CP+ Camera & Photo Imaging Show

The COVID-19 pandemic continues to shape conferences and trade shows around the world. Many have evolved into virtual events, which has been a major challenge for all trade show organizers. Some trade shows are set to restart with limited in-person events, but the timing did not work out for the 2021 CP+ Camera & Photo Imaging show. [Ed Lee]

Impressions of a Virtual CES

For many people involved in the Consumer Electronics industry, the beginning of January means an annual trip to Las Vegas and the CES trade show. Because of COVID-19, for the first time in its history, this year’s show was virtual. Here are some of our impressions of the show and its execution. [Ed Lee]

Top Trends for 2021: Digital Imaging

To the relief of most everyone we have finally left 2020 behind and are looking forward to 2021 with great anticipation. Some of the trends from 2020 will carry forward into the New Year, while others will reflect the market dynamics of the year ahead. [Ed Lee]