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The tenants of 475 Tenth Avenue kick off spring with a block party

Ready to move beyond awkward silence in the elevator and curious about the other innovative companies in our building, TONY invited the other...

By Time Out Sales & Marketing
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Ready to move beyond awkward silence in the elevator and curious about the other innovative companies in our building, TONY invited the other tenants at 475 Tenth Avenue up to our office on the 12th Floor, a former ballroom, for some neighborly bonding on Tuesday, April 30.
 
"The idea was to create a forum for all of the diverse companies in our building to meet and network," said Marisa Farina, Time Out North America's Group Publisher. "Our hope is to form a community of the creative people working in the wide array of industries here, from media to architecture, to fashion and technology."
 
Shirley Politzer, Partner Manager at LivePerson, spoke to the group about her work at the company and its mission to create meaningful connections online.

Jenn Triquet, Marketing Director at SIR, won the game of get-to-know-you bingo, securing two tickets to an upcoming Mets game.

Our supporters at The Café Grind, official refueling station of 475 Tenth, provided food for the event. Take a look at who we met from the Sean Kelly Gallery, SIR Entertainment Services, LivePerson, Xcel Brands, Inc., Laird + Partners, Richard Meier & Partners Architects LLP, 1100: Architect, Morgans Hotel Group, and the Nathan Cummings Foundation.
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