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Art Services Network Announces Formation of Art Handler Network, its Newest Division

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Art Services Network Announces Formation of Art Handler Network, its Newest Division

January 20
16:22 2020
Art Services Network Announces Formation of Art Handler Network, its Newest Division

Art Handler Network
Art Services Network has announced that it has created a new division called Art Handler Network.

Art Services Network, the preferred destination of art professionals concerned about providing high-quality care of art, has announced the formation of its latest division. The Art Handler Network will be a comprehensive national registry of local art handlers and will be responsible for introducing clients to the best art professionals.

“We are proud to announce the formation of our newest division, Art Handler Network,” says Kevin Dunn, the COO of Art Services Network. “There are 30,000+ independent art handlers in the United States but there is little communication between any of them. Our goal is to serve them with the model we have established for our other divisions, Art Installer Network and Preparator Network.”

Art Services Network is a prominent and reputed organization that plays the role of a parent firm of Art Installer Network and Preparatory Network. The Network was created by designer Scott Solda with the aim of bridging the gap between art providers and service providers by standardizing prices and procedures.

Art Services Network handles client-installer invoicing and accounting and manages the network’s marketing functions.

The Art Installer Network (AIN) was established in 2015 with a special IRS designation and designed to eliminate payroll expenses. Its amazing success led to the creation of Preparator Network and the Art Handler Network.

The Preparator Network offers detailed and accurate information about local preparators and helps connect clients to the best museum professionals. The platform takes care of key tasks such as deposits of preparators, organizing their travel and lodging needs, and making advance payments before the preparators get their payment from the clients.

Kevin Dunn is aware of the increasing labor problems that the art industry is facing but is optimistic about overcoming it.

“Our process relies heavily on technology to improve efficiency and lower employer’s payroll expenses, he adds. “We take those savings and pass them on the contractors. Our installers are the best in the business and they are ready and willing to provide your project with the upmost in service, allowing you to take on larger projects anywhere in the US.”

About Art Services Network:

Art Services Network is the business entity that has been designed and launched as the parent firm of Art Installer Network and Preparatory Network. The network has been designed to provide seamless access to art providers and service providers.

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Company Name: Art Handler Network
Contact Person: Kevin Dunn
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Phone: 1 (888) 878-0266
Country: United States
Website: http://ArtHandlerNetwork.com