Who exactly are the Every curators? What do they do on Every? Who can apply to be one? And how are they vetted? Whether you want to invest or sell on Every, here are some key things to know about Every curators.
Who are Every curators?
Every makes it easy to sell and invest in alternative assets. The professional sellers on Every are called curators. An Every curator could be a:
- Solo entrepreneur
- Gallery, boutique, or other small business
- Large company
What can curators do on Every?
Every helps curators grow their businesses and connect with new audiences. After a professional seller is approved to be a curator, they can:
- List assets on Every
- Share expertise with the Every community
- Access curator tools and analytics
How are curators selected?
Professional sellers can submit an application here. The Every team reviews each application. We look at factors like:
- Experience. Is the seller experienced in their field? How long have they been in business? Do they have any relevant certifications?
- Reputation. Does the seller have a good reputation? What feedback have they gotten on sites like eBay, Google, and the Better Business Bureau?
- Market Performance. How has the asset class performed compared to others? How volatile is it? Is there investor demand?
- Inventory. How many assets does the seller have available? How many have they sold in the past?
- Marketing. Does the seller have a customer base to help support their listings? What’s their content marketing strategy?
- Community. Is the seller interested in engaging with the Every community? Are they willing to answer questions or share information about their assets and sector?
Do you run background checks on curators?
Yes. We follow standard processes to help ensure that each approved curator is reputable and trustworthy. These include:
- Background checks
- Identity verification through “Know Your Customer” (KYC) processes
- Anti-Money Laundering (AML) measures and procedures
- In-person visits to store locations
Please note that Every reserves the right to change its review process for any or all applications.
How can I apply to be a curator?
If you’re an experienced seller, we’d love to hear from you. Get started here. We look forward to supporting you!