Brian Eichler

VICE PRESIDENT

Brian has worked in the contract furniture industry for more than 40 years.  Since joining environments 4 business (e4b) in 2009, he has had the opportunity to be part of a fast-growing, flagship Allsteel distributor in Northeast Ohio. In addition to Allsteel, e4b features more than 150 furniture manufacturers and has offices and showrooms in Akron and Cleveland, Ohio.

Words to live by:

If people like you, they will listen to you, but if they trust you, they’ll do business with you.

– Zig Ziglar

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My Birthday

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Years Married

Q&A session with: Brian Eichler

Why you love what you do?

Being in the industry for 40 years, I continue to meet with business owners and help them make smart business decisions on the purchase of office furniture, which creates great working environments and increases work performance.

What inspires you?

I enjoy working with our designers to create, develop and design efficient and cost effective office solutions for our clients.

What do you depend on or what just makes life easier?

Being married for 36 years, my wife Diane has kept me focused and has always made work and life easier to cope with on a daily basis.  I’m a lucky guy to have her!

Contact Us

3421 Ridgewood Road, Suite 225
Fairlawn, Ohio 44333

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