Become a Partner or Associate with Lauritz.com

 

• If you own a traditional auction house and either wish to sell your auction house to Lauritz.com or convert to purely online auctions as a Lauritz.com Partner, you can become part of Lauritz.com’s international and well-established concept. See more here.

• If you own a traditional auction house and wish to retain your name and brand, you can still enter into a collaboration with Lauritz.com as Associate.

What is a Lauritz.com Associate collaboration?
When you enter into an Associate agreement with Lauritz.com you keep your auction house premises, staff, name, traditions, competences and customers. But you expand and develop further that which you have already built up. Your lots come - in your own name - on online auction at Lauritz.com.

Benefits of Lauritz.com’s Associate model

• Exposure to an extensive, global customer database with approx. 3.1 million registered customer numbers ensures the best market Price

• Lots and brand exposed to approx. 5 visits monthly from up to 200 countries

• Associates can retain their own brand and conditions

• Better customer service through being able to offer sellers quicker turnover with 7-day sales online

 

See Lauritz.com Associates here.

For further information please contact Founder, Owner and Group President Bengt Sundström on tel. +45 2020 9800 or by email bengt@lauritz.com.

Lauritz.com is Scandinavia's biggest auction house. Lauritz.com’s founder and owner Bengt Sundström’s guiding vision is to put focus on the customer and take auctions from the physical saleroom and move them online. Lauritz.com today has 27 auction houses in Denmark (14), Sweden (7), Germany (3), Finland (1), Norway (1) and Belgium (1). Here, each day sellers can consign items to auction and bidders can view the items physically in the auction house showrooms. All items are appraised, described and photographed objectively by Lauritz.com's own specialists and photographers. All bidding takes place online. Today, Lauritz.com Group owns Stockholms Auktionsverk (the world’s oldest auction house, from 1674), Helsingborgs Auktionsverk, Kunst- & Auktionshaus HERR and QXL (a C2C auction platform). The Group as a whole has approx. 3.1 million registered customer numbers and attracts approx. 5 million monthly visits. Visitors come from around 200 countries. Turnover at Lauritz.com has grown from EUR 2.7 million in 2000 to EUR 119 million in 2017.