Early this year, Sabrina Horn declared the company motto for 2005: “Make It Happen.” Horn Group New York is doing just this, with the help of new local friends.
On August 31, 2005, New York Governor George Pataki signed a bill to give incentives for New York companies to move downtown as part of an effort to revitalize the city. Among those taking advantage of these incentives is the Horn Group, which is moving the New York office downtown to 55 Broad St. to join tech-minded companies such as Cap Gemini, Nokia and Sun Microsystems. Speaking at the press conference in the building alongside Gov. Pataki and Mayor Bloomberg, Horn Group managing director Chris Faust outlined the company’s plans for growth and expansion. With cool aplomb, Chris leveraged the experiences he’s had over the years to become the company spokesperson, giving a brief speech about the Horn Group’s commitment to New York and our clients.
As New York Newsday states, we plan on increasing employees from 15 to 45 in the next two years. Hey, if it appears in print, then we’ve got to make it happen.