Cuban startup delivers full- array service model to international art collectors
Cuba Fine Art Box took off with the set goal to fix the pain international collectors confront when making a Cuban fine acquisition. Here is the secret the startup is using to cover all the needs during a Cuban art acquisition.
By: Cuba Fine Art Box
HAVANA - May 9, 2020 - PRLog -- A perfectionist task management method is the key to approach collectors, art Institutions and customers in general. With that vision, Cuba Fine Art Box brought in concepts from management and sales to come up with a top- notch recipe to achieve well planned, investment graded Cuban fine art purchases.
Accessing to authority sources is a must for collectors although in the Cuban scene there are niches of defragmented operations. That motivated Cuban Fine Art Box to develop a system in which a specialist in Cuban art acts as a Project Manager to handle every phase of the consultation.
The Project Manager in the scheme is a credited curator, art expert, or academic scholar who reaches out to other authorities to conform an advisory task force. That dual power is top with a sales and support management instance that contributes to the smoothing of the planning, implementation and closing of the operation.
"The goal as an online startup is not to be a nonexclusive meeting point for all the players in the industry, but to lay out the foundation of the most respected period that is yet to come in Cuban arts commercializing. And what's our role in that happening? We add tremendous value to the managing process while assisting collectors, and we do it throughout a step by step outline that is the core of our business model."
To his statement cofounder O. C. Sotelo added that Cuba Fine Art Box is not an online gallery, but it is a bit of an advising service and most precisely it is an art consulting management concept and a brand.
Soon enough O.C. and his partners realized that the service concept needed legal back up and protection. The startup processed the request of a patent that makes their fine art advising approach a safe and rightful trademark.
Cuba Fine Art Box defends a co-op model that disrupts the actual landscape of Cuban arts commercializing. Services like legal, financial, art authentication are dispersed and disconnected. The situation caused the out of standards processes that defined Cuban artists relation with the international art market, and this bussiness venture engages to revert that.
"The idea started in 2009 when I got out of College in Cuba. I majored in journalism and my final paper versed on Cuban fine arts and market. I had a deep insight in the subject and in 2014 when I finished grad school in the U.S., I completed the idea." added O.C. about the project.
Visit us at: https://www.cubafineartbox.com/
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