‘We have private offices that can be booked, flexible meeting rooms, and other features available so that members can think of our headquarters as their home away from home,’ says The Toy Association’s Steve Pasierb.
The Toy Association has welcomed toy professionals, members and industry influences to its brand new office space in New York City.
The new and improved headquarters was revealed in conjunction with a variety of changes that aim to reflect a new era for the organisation.
At the end of June, the first event held was by Women in Toys, Licensing & Entertainment, followed by a series of events including lunches for bloggers and the Toy Safety Mum, Joan Lawrence.
The celebrations came to a close when the organisation held a happy hour event for more than 100 members, vendors and toy professionals on July 13th.
Guests got the chance to explore the HQ, which boasts a Toy Industry Hall of Fame starring 74 inductees.
“From the WIT member breakfast to our events that catered to Sweet Suite bloggers to our amazing cocktail party, our members are already seeing firsthand proof that we designed this space with their needs in mind,” said Steve Pasierb, president and CEO of Toy Association.
“We have private offices that can be booked, flexible meeting rooms, and other features available so that members can think of our headquarters as their home away from home for all of their New York City business dealings.”