Peggy co-founder Adam Meghji recently sat down with Canadian Business to chat about his journey to entrepreneurship: from coding on his home computer to building online communities for musicians to thrive. Adam brings his expertise in leading technology companies and passion for arts and cultures to Peggy.
Our hypothesis was that if we create an AI that can authenticate the work, we can create a thriving, accessible art marketplace. And so in 2020, Peggy was born. Using proprietary authentication tech, our platform unites collectors, artists and gallerists, focusing on museum-grade artwork that sells between US$500 and US$25,000. Through us, artists can safely sell their work to collectors. And since the artwork authentication remains in Peggy, if a collector decides to sell it to someone else, it can be authenticated directly on our platform. —Adam Meghji
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