Idealliance Holds Record 29 Certification Trainings in 2018

The company says 2018 was its biggest year for certifications yet and it has even more ambitious plans for 2019.

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The Alexandria, Virginia-based International Digital Enterprise Alliance, better known as Idealliance, announces that it has certified more than 500 individuals in G7 or BrandQ through holding a record 29 certification training events this year.

The nonprofit says it held training sessions at sites in the United States, Canada and international locations such as Brazil, Colombia, Hong Kong, Taiwan, South Korea, and Mexico.

The company still has three more certifications scheduled before the end of 2018: in Illinois, Brazil and Taiwan.

“Idealliance is grateful to be able to serve so many companies around the world with the leadership and drive of our 12 global offices. The work they do in their regions, serving their markets and the entire supply chain, is inspiring,” says Idealliance CEO Tim Baechle. “We are in the business of serving, and having the opportunity to work with the largest brands in the world, service providers, OEMs, suppliers, content and media creators-no matter where they are in the world and no matter the size-is why we exist.

“This year, 2018, was certainly a very busy year of certification training, but 2019 will be even busier with more global training being put on the calendar every single month, beginning with five certification trainings to start the year in Europe. We truly live to serve the world and want to be defined by our work, our values, and our actions.”

Idealliance is recognized by ISO as the largest certifying body in the graphic and visual communications industry. For information on G7 and BrandQ training programs, contact Jordan Gorski, vice president of global certification programs at (703) 837-1096 or

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