Our Mission

Our digital marketplaces for specialised verticals connect the largest global
audience of online bidders to the widest range of public auctions

Our Numbers

Retail returns is a

£60bn

industry in the UK

Industrial equipment is a

~£25bn

market globally

Art and Antiques is a

£45bn

industry globally

Last year we facilitated

14,189

auctions...

… and sold over

12,000

lots per day...

… ranging in value between

£2 - £200K

...

… to bidders in

148

countries...

… placing a total of

27m

bids...

… on our

5

digital marketplaces…

… across

3

specialised verticals…

… all with the help of our team of

140

people...

… working out of offices in

3

countries

Our Ecosystem

Our History

1998

ATG begins listing auction calendars online

2000

ATG launches the-saleroom, listing auction catalogues online for the first time

2006

ATG launches first live bidding for Art and Antiques auctions on the-saleroom

2007

ATG launches I-Bidder to cater to Industrial and Commercial auctions

2010

ATG partners with Bidspotter in North America to launch a service for insolvency auctioneers in the UK

2010

ATG acquires Bidspotter.com expanding our reach for Industrial and Commercial auctions into North America

2013

ATG launches Global Auction Platform (GAP) and SaaS back office for auctioneers

2016

ATG partners with auction.fr, the leading independent Art and Antiques marketplace in France

2018

ATG acquires Lot-tissimo, the leading Arts and Antiques marketplace in Germany

Our Leadership Team

John-Paul Savant

Chief Executive Officer

Tom Hargreaves

Chief Financial Officer

Richard Lewis

Chief Operating Officer

Badr Khan

Chief Technology Officer

Denise Hollway

Global Chief Human Resources Officer