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PRESS RELEASE: Lucidiom Exec Richard Glomb to Chair CEA's Digital Imaging Division
Consumer Electronics Association Names New Leadership for Digital Imaging Initiatives
Vienna, Virginia, USA, September 13, 2007 - The Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) Digital Imaging Division Board voted Lucidiom Vice-President of Business Development Richard Glomb as chairman. Glomb previously served as vice-chairman of the division. CEA's Digital Imaging Division supports the growth and profitability of the digital imaging industry by educating CE retailers and consumers about the complete digital imaging experience.
"This year the division is focused on the distribution of the digital imaging education programs within http://www.CEknowhow.com and http://www.myCEknowhow.com," said Glomb. "We also plan to showcase the direction for consumers' use of digital imaging products and services in new research aimed at answering the questions of opportunities in the market place."
Glomb has been a retail innovator in the photo processing industry for more than 25 years. At Lucidiom, he has brought photo kiosks to new markets such as the hospitality and cruise line industries. He also has been instrumental in expanding Lucidiom's wealth of content options for photo kiosks; Lucidiom's kiosks currently have more than 2,500 photo printing options, including scrapbook pages, greeting cards, posters, photo books, bound calendars, gift tags, stationery, enlargements, bordered prints, DVDs and other photo gifts.
Before joining Lucidiom in early 2005, Glomb was the manager of Eckerd's Corporate Photo Department for 11 years, where he oversaw the operations of the chain's photo departments at more than 2000 outlets. Previous to Eckerd, Glomb was a technical sales representative for Noritsu America Inc. and a western area franchise technical manager for MotoPhoto Inc.
CEA also named Steve Tiffen, president and CEO of the Tiffen Company, as vice-chairman of its Digital Imaging Division. The Tiffen Company is a leading manufacturer and supplier of photographic filters and lens accessories for the consumer/professional imaging and the motion picture and broadcast television industries for more than 69 years.
With OEM and independent retail clients around the globe, Lucidiom Inc. enables retailers to develop their digital image-based revenue streams. As the leading provider of flexible and brand-independent photo kiosks, Lucidiom's innovative solutions, all connected via the APM Network, include the Lucidiom EQ complete imaging system; APM photo kiosk; Luci creative program; Photo Folio Bundle of photo books, folded cards and bound calendars; APM ProfitWatcher statistics tracker; Photo Finale software suite; and Lab 50 and Print Station job management systems. For more information about how Lucidiom empowers the "Go Beyond 4x6" digital imaging movement, visit http://www.lucidiom.com .
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(First posted on Thursday, September 13, 2007 at 10:16 EDT)