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Shy Creation Moves into New HQ

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Shy Creation has relocated to a new corporate headquarters in downtown Los Angeles. 

The new location features “a modern and sleek attractive showroom,” according to a press release. And the company says it has “built an infrastructure and distribution network on the cutting edge of logistics and technology.”

“The new technological platform integrates all order processing, customer service and sales into an efficient structure,” the release states. “With the move Shy is positioned to handle the dramatic growth occurring as the brand increases in popularity.”

David Dayan, co-owner of Shy Creation, said, “After two years of meticulous planning we are excited to move into our new corporate headquarters and distribution center. With the latest technology our ability to serve the customer and increase our design and distribution capacity positions us to keep pace with the company’s growth.”

The headquarters is located at 631 S. Olive St., Suite 900, Los Angeles, CA 90014.

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