First American organizer of art and antiques fairs, Dolphin promotions, and British / American tech company Ronati today announced a joint partnership.
The art and antiques industry has experienced massive online migration over the past two years. The old boundaries have become blurred as live events and e-commerce industries join forces for the benefit of their common customers, the resellers. By effortlessly expanding sales channels between real-world live events and online marketplaces that serve the industry, the Ronati Alliance is helping Dolphin dealers and exhibitors thrive during the current global health crisis.
Dolphin Promotions is best known for hosting a series of 17th, 18th, and 19th century art, antique, and design fairs across the United States, as well as the most important show of the 20th century on the modern modernism of Palm Springs. . Ronati has built a solid reputation for designing and building technology to help the art, vintage and antique industries thrive. The Ronati eCommerce Manager (eCM) is the industry’s only comprehensive inventory and multiple market management tool.
In a symbiotic relationship, the new united forces allow sellers of unique items to effortlessly manage their inventory online and offline from one place, eliminating endless hours of frustration spent downloading and tracking details and images of articles on several sites. This frees up sellers for what is really important – researching, finding, and selling better parts to buyers.
“The best advice is to do whatever you can to promote yourself,” notes Dolphin Fairs President Rosemary Krieger.
“I believe in online marketplaces. They help. They do not harm our emissions. They give dealers the opportunity to get their merchandise out. Someone can also go to an online marketplace, see the dealer on our website and say, “Hey, I can see this person at a dolphin show in Houston, Chicago, Palm Springs, or wherever.” It makes me happy when a dealer comes in and I can help them get into a new market. This alliance with Ronati will extend the reach of our shows and exhibitors to a global community of collectors in live and online spaces. We are proud to partner. “
Ronati Founder and CEO Stacey Tiveron responds:
“Dolphin Promotions brings together collectors, buyers and members of the serious design community. They do so through more than 13 shows across North America with highly selected unique items for sale to the public. Rosemary Krieger and the Dolphin team share a common goal: to help art and antique dealers thrive. Our goal is to support their live event calendar, help attract more attendees, and keep our industry and dealers thriving as a whole. The more we work together, the stronger our industry becomes. The partnership with Dolphin illustrates this spirit.