Ben Juech oversees sales, marketing, manufacturer relations, interior design and customer service. He strives to foster an environment where people enjoy their work, which in turn creates a positive experience for customers. His primary focus remains business development, reinforcing ongoing relationships and developing new ones.
Ben was instrumental in the formation and launch of Brothers Business Interiors in 2012 as the newest Coakley Brothers Company. Over the ensuing years Ben has been the face of the organization as it has grown exponentially in size and customer reach.
An outside-the-box thinker and accomplished business developer, Ben takes great pride in leading a cutting edge business unit that is helping shape the 21st century image of the historic Coakley Brothers Company. All the probing and listening he does (also called ‘customer research’) spurs new ideas for creating customized workplace solutions that feature high-value furnishings and design services.
Ben has his BA from UW-Madison. He and his wife Allison live in Whitefish Bay with their four children, Charlie, Stephen, Emily & Jack. A big sports buff, Ben is an avid golfer and a fan of the Bucks, Brewers, Packers, and, of course, the Badgers.
Ben serves on the Board of Directors for the Lutheran Home Foundation in Wauwatosa and the Mt. Calvary Community Development Corporation in Milwaukee’s Sherman Park Neighborhood. In 2018 he was recognized by the Daily Reporter as a “Newsmaker of the Year” for his work in attaining furniture contract for Fiserv Forum.