Game of Thrones Is Serious Business For These Entrepreneurs
A Conversation with Bob Dodge of Artemis Gallery and Phil Michaelson of LiveAuctioneers.com
Last night – Sunday, July 16th – was the Season 7 premiere of HBO’s smash hit, Game of Thrones, which consistently averages more than 23 million viewers per episode.
One byproduct of the show’s huge popularity is that it has ignited global demand for genuine Viking and medieval collectibles.
This week, on a special double-header edition, host and reputation coach Dean Rotbart showcases two businesses that have ridden the Game of Thrones coattails to phenomenal success.
First, Dean interviews Bob Dodge, co-founder of Artemis Gallery, a leading U.S. auction house selling Viking artifacts and jewelry; and then Dean sets sail on an entrepreneurial voyage of discovery with Phil Michaelson, a senior executive with LiveAuctioneers.com, which runs live auctions in 47 countries worldwide and has hard data on just how “hot” the Viking collectibles market is right now.
Posted: July 17, 2017
Monday Morning Run Time: 56 minutes 10 seconds