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Inventory Management Essentials, an AWAD-hosted Webinar with galleryManager

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Your inventory system should give you the ability to track everything from contacts and transactions to artwork, invoices, and purchase orders. It should easily create presentations and checklists.

Having this information in one system gives you the ability to work smarter, faster and on-the-fly from any location.

During this hour-long Webinar, Billy Maker, director at galleryManager, one of the leading suppliers of cloud solutions for the art world, will speak with Susan Mumford, AWAD's CEO about the importance of Inventory Management for Art Dealers and Galleries. We'll review some of the practices that you can implement to save your gallery time and money and drive additional sales. There will be opportunity for attendees to ask questions during the session.

The Inventory Management Essentials takes place on Tuesday 8th March 2016 at:

  • 5pm London time
  • 12pm NYC time
  • 9am LA time

The Webinar is free of charge for all AWAD Members but advance booking is essential to receive the link to attend.

Non-Members can attend by booking via this link at a cost of £10 (approx. $15).

Click here to book: http://awadinventorymanagement.eventbrite.co.uk

The webinar will be hosted on the AnyMeeting platform, kindly sponsored by AWAD's Partners at Be Smart ABout Art.

About galleryManager

galleryManager was developed by exhibit-E, a unique design and technology firm that has taken a leadership role in providing websites for the art world. galleryManager is an online inventory management system for your gallery, accessible from any computer or mobile device with internet access. The system was designed to be intuitive and user-friendly. It is a highly secure online system that has been thoroughly Beta tested by ADAA Member galleries.

Tips for attending the live online session:

If possible, watch using an ethernet internet connection (this is physical broadband). The second best connection is reliable wifi (ideally with a minimum of 8megabytes download and 2 megabytes upload, which can be checked at http://www.speedtest.net). The third and final option is connecting using data, which is not recommended.
If you experience difficulty with quality of video or sound during the live event, try an alternate web browser from the one you are using, such as Safari, Firefox or Google Chrome.

Bookings are non-refundable.

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