June 20, 2007, 12:00 AM

Art.com draws up program targeting designers and businesses

Art.com is going after design professionals and businesses with a new program to supply artwork from its Art.com and AllPosters.com brands.

Art.com Inc. is targeting design professionals and businesses with a new program to supply artwork from its Art.com and AllPosters.com brands. The Business & Trade program is designed to meet the needs of the hospitality, design, corporate business, health care, government and retail sectors.

The new program for the professional marketplace follows initiatives earlier this year that established two consumer brands for art and artists. Sistino.com is focused on contemporary art prints and original works by emerging artists. ArtistRising.com is devoted to providing an electronic showcase for artists from around the world.

Web-only art retailer Art.com, No. 102 in the Internet Retailer Top 500 Guide, received input from interior designers interested in the business as an art supplier for their projects. Design industry professionals receive volume discounts to support their wall decor needs.

Art.com and its sister site AllPosters.com carry a selection of more than 400,000 items. The new program enables professionals to find prints to match specific design styles, a range of prices, and exclusive and hard-to-find items.

The program also offers framing services and account services. The services include online sourcing and ordering available to customers on a continual basis, consolidated shipping, and order management. Business customers will have access to exclusive trade discounts, order history, price quotes and invoice management.

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