Tech firm, Ronati, today announced the launch of the 2022 Spring and Summer Guide to Trade Fairs and Shows for Sellers of Art, Vintage and Antiques. The company teamed up with Antiques News & Fairs (ANF), the leading one-stop portal for trade fairs in the UK and now US. The biannual publication is designed as a quick reference piece for the trade to help dealers more easily understand and navigate the many choices and benefits of exhibiting. It features a curated selection of 60+ exhibition-quality art and antiques fairs, inspiring decorative antiques fairs, and flea markets.
“From inspiration to human interaction, trade fairs and shows are a key component of the antiques industry, and we want to help them flourish,” notes Ronati Founder and CEO, Stacey Tiveron.
The new guide will be produced twice a year with a Spring and Summer edition, followed by Autumn and Winter. Categories include Antiques + Collectors, Art, Antiquarian Books + Maps, Decorative + Textiles, Flea Markets, Jewelry, and Vintage + Salvage.
ANF publisher and editor, Gail McLeod, has been involved in publications, shows, fairs, and associations for twenty-five years: “We are delighted to partner with Ronati to provide up-to-date dynamic information for the 2022 Spring and Summer Guide to Trade Fairs and Shows for Sellers of Art, Vintage and Antiques, an essential resource for the antiques, vintage, and design industries.”
The guide is available now free of charge to trade and dealers at www.ronati.com/guides.
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About Ronati: Celebrating the Unique
Ronati designs and builds technologies to help the art, vintage, and antiques industries thrive. Its debut product, the Ronati eCommerce Manager (eCM), is the industry’s only comprehensive inventory and multi-marketplace management tool. It enables dealers and sellers of one-of-a-kind items to manage their stock online and offline from a single location. Ronati’s technologies connect, support, and complement all industry constituents. The more we work together, the stronger our industry becomes.