Palm Beach Show Group partners with BADA following Brexit


The Palm Beach Show Group has announced its partnership with the British Antique Dealers Association (BADA). With this, the show group will create a dedicated pavilion of BADA dealers within its New York Art, Antique and Jewelry Show.

The BADA initiative is being launched as both a response to Brexit and as part of BADA’s campaign to develop new market opportunities.

“Since the Referendum result was announced, BADA has been actively engaged in developing strategies, campaigns and clear business opportunities for our members,” says BADA CEO Marco Forgione. “With the change in the value of the pound against the dollar, now is the time for us to create new opportunities for BADA members in the U.S. markets.”

“The New York Art, Antique & Jewelry Show is proud to partner with BADA in bringing together an elite group of international dealers under one roof to New York City,” adds Scott Diament, president and CEO of the Palm Beach Show Group. “We are eager to enhance the European-inspired component with the addition of a dedicated selection of BADA participants.”

“Our partnership with the New York Art, Antique and Jewelry Fair positions BADA dealers at the heart of a high value art and antique market,” concludes Forgione. “The creation of the BADA Pavilion allows us to significantly increase the marketing and advertising for all BADA participants.”

The New York Art, Antique and Jewelry Show will take place from November 9-13, 2016, at Pier 94. For more information about the show or to register, visit