CaptureLife selected for prestigious “Best Business Potential Award” at Visual 1st Conference

At this year’s just concluded Visual 1st, the premier conference focused on promoting innovation and partnerships in the photo and video ecosystem, a panel of high-powered industry experts presented the four Visual 1st Awards to the most outstanding among 30 global products competing in this year’s event. CaptureLife was honored to receive the prestigious Best Business Potential Award.

According to Awards Judge Gary Pageau, “When looking at the various entries, CaptureLife stood out because of the complete process they offer as a business solution for labs, for photographers and for different businesses in the imaging chain. It was clear to see the business case for generating new revenues in the CaptureLife ecosystem!”


The annual conference hosts executives and entrepreneurs of photo or video app development startups, mobile device vendors, cellular carriers, cloud storage providers, software companies, print product providers, camera manufacturers, and many others. Some of the major companies represented at the event included Google, HP, Forbes, Getty Images, Costco, Walmart, Snapfish, Fujifilm, and Canon. Companies attend to explore a variety of leading-edge technologies in the mobile photo and video ecosystem.

“We’re incredibly humbled to receive this award, especially given the caliber and breadth of technologies represented by the 30 companies from around the world participating in the competition,” says Scott DeFusco, CEO of CaptureLife. “We are also very pleased to have received the award that recognizes the best business potential for a platform. We’ve always believed that CaptureLife has tremendous potential in the global photography and video industry but having this prestigious panel of experts recognize that potential is very exciting.”

CaptureLife’s Rob Mauldin, former Director of Imaging for Disney Parks and Resorts, was also a featured panelist at the Visual 1st Conference. He joined three other industry experts to discuss and share thoughts on emerging monetization models for the photo and video ecosystem.