MINDSET Officially Open for Business in Downtown Fishers

On a gorgeous, sunny Wednesday afternoon, the Business Furniture + Choreo team stood with leaders to officially open the doors at MINDSET located in beautiful downtown Fishers.

“This is an exciting day to see MINDSET come to life and start to inspire employers to reimagine their spaces and help their teams work better post-pandemic and beyond,” said Business Furniture + Choreo CEO, Mary Beth Oakes.

(From left to right) Kathlees LeMaster-Axis Architecture + Interiors, Bob Kort-Kort Builders, Gerry Dick-INside Indiana Business, Fishers Mayor Scott Fadness, Drew White-Axis Architecture + Interiors, Mary Beth Oakes-Business Furniture + Choreo, Suzanne Bentley-Business Furniture + Choreo, Jessica Nickloy-NAWBO Indy, Jack Russell-One Zone Chamber, Michael Huber-Indy Chamber, Lee Ann Richard– NAWBO Indy.

Mayor Notes ‘Art of the Possible’ with MINDSET Showroom

Fishers Mayor Scott Fadness had rave reviews for the one of a kind Businses Furniture + Choreo showroom. The space is one of the first of its kind focused solely on ancillary furniture and helping people come back to work post pandemic.

“The space lends itself to think about the art of the possible. I encourage people to come check out this place because it truly does change your mindset,” said Mayor Fadness, “It’s exciting as we emerge from this pandemic that people like CEO Mary Beth Oakes are thinking through what the next new normal looks like.”

MINDSET is a 3,700 square foot showroom that sits nestled in downtown Fishers just off of Maple Street.

Several leaders were in attendance for the opening. Partners including: Axis Architecture + Interiors, Kort Builders, One Zone Chamber, Indy Chamber, NAWBO and TV host Gerry Dick with INside Indiana Business participated in the opening.

The ribbon cutting event also hosted 150+ people watching online for the virtual ribbon cutting. The presentation lead by Business Furniture+ Choreo Director of Marketing, Amanda Clark, and Director of Audience Development, Hannah Freiherr.

“In so many ways the pandemic has forced us to pivot but also find new strengths. We may have never thought to have the event both virtual and in-person but now we have new ways and a comfort with technology to reach an even wider audience,” said Clark.

A live question and answer session was hosted by Frehierr who held a key role in designing the space.

The number one question asked: How we can we see MINDSET for ourselves?

Schedule a private tour of MINDSET. The space is open by appointment only.

Mary Beth Oakes cuts the ribbon at MINDSET with Fishers Mayor Scott Fadness.

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