In a session entitled 'Brexit: An Opportunity for the British Art Industry?' members of PAIAM (Professional Advisors to the International Art Market) will present the findings of a study on Brexit’s likely impact on the art and antique business.
The findings will also be presented to the Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport.
Delegates will be asked to vote live on a range of Brexit issues identified by PAIAM, with the results displayed in real time at the event.
"Brexit is the most important and pressing issue for many delegates," said Louise Hamlin, founder and director of the Art Business Conference. "The conference will be a great forum to debate how Brexit may impact their business, positively or negatively."
Other topics include the evolving gallery model, tips on dealing with overseas markets and changes to data protection rules.
Antiques Trade Gazette is the event’s media partner, with ATG editor Noelle McElhatton hosting a session on the use of social media to manage dealer and auctioneer reputations.
The discussion, featuring Timothy Medhurst of Duke’s Auctioneers, Michael Patrick, a partner in Farrer & Co’s reputation management practice and Freya Simms of PR and marketing firm Golden Squared Consulting, will include guidance on where the legal ownership of social media contacts lies.
For further information visit www.theartbusinessconference.com.