ATG Media

ATG Media’s sites include: i-bidder.com - Europe's leading portal for consumer goods, plant, machinery and agriculture auctions. In 2015, the i-bidder.com hosted 4,700 live and timed auctions and sold £56m online. thesaleroom.com - Europe’s leading portal for fine art and antiques auctions. Visitors to the site can search and browse catalogues and place bids over the internet in real time, with live audio and video feeds communicating the auction room atmosphere. In 2015, thesaleroom.com hosted 5,100 live and timed auctions, partnered with over 500 auction houses and sold 634,000 lots online. BidSpotter - In April 2013, ATG Media acquired BidSpotter Inc, the US-based world leader in industrial online auctions. BidSpotter Inc is based in Seattle, Washington, and runs the industry leading sites BidSpotter.com, BidSpotter.co.uk and BidSpotter.eu. Together, the 3 websites provide the most effective end-to-end global asset disposal platform for businesses. In 2015, the 3 websites collectively hosted over 3,500 auctions and transacted over £165m in online sales. Antiques Trade Gazette - ATG Media began in 1971 with Antiques Trade Gazette, the bible of the antiques and fine art industry. Antiques Trade Gazette is the acknowledged authority of the art and antiques trade and is the publication of choice for professionals and collectors around the world. ATG Media's best-in-class proprietary technology also powers partner site lot-tissimo.com, Germany's foremost fine art and antiques auction portal. having hosted over 51,000 auction catalogues and 33,000 live and timed auctions.
Type
Private
HQ
London, GB
Founded
1971
Employees
96 (est)+6%
ATG Media was founded in 1971 and is headquartered in London, GB

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London, GB
Tacoma, US

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Founding Date

1971

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