Enovation's Daryl Franks Elected President of the Association for Graphic Arts Training
Press release from the issuing company
VALHALLA, N.Y. (Dec. 13, 2005) – Enovation Graphic Systems, Inc., the nation's leading distributor to the graphic communications industry, announces the appointment of Daryl Franks as president of the Association for Graphic Arts Training (AGAT).
Incorporated in 1989, AGAT is a network of professional trainers and educators in the graphic arts industry dedicated to increasing the productivity of member companies' personnel through effective, efficient education and training methods. Association members raise awareness for the value of training and share best practices, while improving their skills, knowledge and professionalism.
“This organization exists primarily for networking and sharing resources and solutions,” explains Franks. “Our members generously contribute their knowledge and experience to each others' success. They're people one covets as colleagues and chooses as friends.”
AGAT hosts an annual conference and supports a listserv for its members. Membership is open to individuals or businesses within the graphic arts industry that provide or support any of a wide variety of employee learning, performance and/or quality enhancement, and organizational development services.
Franks has been involved with AGAT for four years and has served the organization as both treasurer and secretary. Daryl currently manages the learning and development function for Enovation.
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