GLM announces US Antique Shows management change

WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. – GLM has announced the resignation of Andrea Canady, Fair Director of the Antique Jewelry & Watch Shows in Chicago, Las Vegas, Miami and New York. Charles McCurdy, GLM’s CEO, will assume Canady’s responsibilities, until a successor is identified.

“As Director of GLM’s U.S. Antique Shows, Andrea has developed a highly effective team and superior events, which attract dealers, collectors, curators, gallery owners and interior designers from around the world. We look forward to building on the foundation she helped create, as we look to grow and expand resources in this category,” commented McCurdy


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“I am thankful for the opportunity to have served the antique community, and feel tremendous pride in the quality of events and level of professional service for which GLM’s U.S. Antique Shows are known,” added Canady. “I leave behind a highly capable team, committed to providing the same great service our customers have come to expect.”

GLM creates face-to-face and online buying, selling and networking platforms for designers, product developers, manufacturers, reps, retailers and operators through trade show and event production, online community development and association management. GLM trade shows include the International Contemporary Furniture Fair, National Stationery Show, New York International Gift Fair and Surf Expo. The company was founded in 1924, and acquired by Providence Equity Partners, in 2011.

U.S. Antique Shows include the Chicago Antique Jewelry & Watch Show, Las Vegas Antique Jewelry & Watch Show, Miami Beach Antique Jewelry & Watch Show, New York Antique Jewelry & Watch Show and the Original Miami Beach Antique Show.

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