Los Angeles, CA, April 27, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- Los-Angeles based auction house Westfield Auctions has begun to incorporate digital bidding after considerable demand from nationwide bidders. Not only does partnerships with online services like Invaluable and Live Auctioneers make it easier for out-of-state collectors to bid on an item, but it also allows for the organization of additional online-only auctions. Westfield Auctions plans to implement both hybrid (simultaneous live audience and digital bidding) and online-only auctions in the coming weeks. Often, an out-of-state bidder would have to travel or send an authorized representative to a live event to have the opportunity to take home an item of interest. “We want to make the bidding process as convenient and fluid as possible for our collectors, even if that means widening the scope of the audience for a particular event. I am personally pleased and excited to incorporate this technology into the auction process because it allows us to create even more unique events for audiences seeking a certain category of item,” says Ronen Varsha, founder of Westfield Auction House.
Westfield Auctions notes that some of the greatest benefits of online bidding include greater control of bidders submissions, efficient documentation of the bidding process, and an extended opportunity for bidders to preview the items up for sale. To learn more about the history of Westfield Auctions and their distinct collection of fine art, jewelry, and historical memorabilia, visit www.westfieldauctions.com. If you are interested in making an inquiry about either a digital charity event or an event that features a specific category of items, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.