How do you build a thriving art gallery business?
Meeting the ever-changing expectations of your artists and clients is harder than it used to be in the art gallery business. Foot traffic in the gallery is more challenging to generate, art fairs and rent are hurting the financial health of your business, and art collectors have more options than ever to buy art.
Sales and marketing may not be your strong point in business, but you know they are crucial for long-term success. Gallery Fuel can help you think outside the box and work smarter.
I give you the Fuel you need to cultivate the right skills and put the best strategy in place through weekly articles, tools, and consulting tailored for your art gallery business.
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Many gallery owners are passionate about what they do and have an eye for artistic talent, but they sometimes lack the business skills and resources for putting the right sales and marketing strategies in place. You wear a lot of hats running the gallery. You can’t be an expert in everything.
Through Gallery Fuel, I want to share my knowledge with you and show you how both tried and true and emerging sales and marketing strategies can help you grow your business for a profitable future.
Over the last 25 years, I have worked in fine art galleries and the corporate world. As a result, I have a unique understanding of what it takes to be successful with your sales and marketing efforts in today’s art world.
My experience extends from market analysis, competitive intelligence, strategic planning, sales support, design, digital marketing, and advertising.
I am also a collector of art. I have acquired art from many different sources, including art galleries. It pains me to see so many art galleries these days shutting their doors. I know from my experience buying art from galleries that much more could be done to connect with collectors and nurture an artist’s career forward.
I’m excited to help your gallery.