Anne Dayton has 20 years of international sales and marketing experience, most recently from Collectrium, a member of the Christie’s group of companies. In her current role, Dayton is charged with identifying and developing revenue streams for the Collectrium suite of service and software. Collectrium is a digital platform of collection management tools which are integrated with a database of auction results that allows users to benchmark the value of their fine art and luxury collectibles.
Since joining Christie’s New York almost a decade ago, Dayton has partnered with different specialist departments, such as Asian Art, Jewelry and Watches to define and execute marketing strategy. In addition to holding posts at Christie’s London and Hong Kong offices, she oversaw the marketing strategy for the Ellsworth Collection and for the Asian art business in the EU and Americas. Prior to joining Christie’s, she held senior roles in several Fortune 500 pharmaceutical companies, achieving profitability targets and managing sales and marketing teams.
Dayton graduated from Emory University and holds master’s degrees in finance and business from Thunderbird School of Global Management and ESADE in Barcelona, Spain, respectively. She has lived and worked in multiple countries across Asia, Europe, and Latin America, and is fluent in Spanish. She currently lives and works in New York. Christie’s Education – MA Art Degree Program, New York (Sept 2016 – Present) Adjunct Professor, Law and Business