Robert Pasin, Radio Flyer’s CEO, was on hand at the ANA Brand Activation and Creation Conference to discuss the ways in which Radio Flyer uses the most modern technology to develop innovative products that are suitable for both adults and children. Pasin is also known as the Chief Wagon Officer, is taking Radio Flyer to the future century of technological innovation.
Pasin In his role as the director for Radio Flyer during his tenure as CEO, has watched Radio Flyer grow five consecutive years. Radio Flyer has seen its revenues surpass 100 million dollars. Radio Flyer has proven to be an outstanding innovator in the field of sustainability and creativity under the direction of his.
Pasin states that there are a variety of aspects to think about while designing an item that will be profitable. Pasin along with his team try to stay up with the most recent trends in the field of micromobility.
Pasin is also looking forward to taking the company to the future century of technological innovation. Pasin will work to protect the rich history of the company and adapt to changing tastes of consumers. Additionally, he wants to ensure that the company’s image remains relevant.
The e-bikes and e-wagons of Radio Flyer are just the beginning of a new exciting range of products. It will continue to build on the foundation that the business has established. Radio Flyer has a strong commitment to creating products of high quality which will provide happy memories for children of all ages.
Pasin and his team have not just been creating innovative products , but are also working to enhance the experience for customers. Pasin states that lots of time and effort is invested to make sure that the needs of customers ‘ voices are heard. Pasin is one example. He employed market research firms to discover the needs of Radio Flyer’s clients. He also set up an interactive play lab in his headquarters of the company. It included a walkway for testing as well as a camera that could be used to observe how the employees were performing on the job.
FUNomenal was created by the business to represent the culture of the business. Pasin is the founder of the business, so it’s not surprising that he is a fan of this family-owned business group. The Crain’s Chicago Business named him one of their “40 under 40” as well as Fortune magazine’s top workplaces across America. Pasin was also honored with an Daytime Creative Arts Emmy for the Radio Flyer short movie.
The company was named one of Fortune’s Top Workplaces as well as one of Glassdoor’s top Chief Executives of the U.S., and his firm is one of the top places to work in Illinois.
Pasin was a child was captivated by the goods from the firm. His grandfather was the founder of the company and passed the business to Pasin. When he was a kid the company gave him an opportunity to tour the plant. He wasn’t aware that it wasn’t an only method of innovation.