04/14/23 Michael Bachenberg Joins Henricksen as an Account Executive in Illinois Henricksen is proud to announce that Michael Bachenberg has joined the team as an Account Executive in the Itasca office. With over 24 years of contract furniture experience, Michael brings knowledge and enthusiasm to the role. Michael began his career in contract furniture when he moved from Oklahoma to Chicago 24 years ago, leaving behind a complex career as an Analytical Chemist. He took on Sales Executive, Business Development Manager, Regional Director, and General Manager roles with Haworth and Workspace Interiors. Throughout this time, Michael worked with clients nationwide in multiple markets. “I look forward to bringing my experience working with numerous clients throughout the US in just about every vertical market to Henricksen,” said Michael. “I’m excited to join a team with a great reputation with clients, influencers, and manufacturers that focuses on helping its employees grow while having fun.” Adding Michael to its highly skilled team will further strengthen Henricksen’s position by providing customers with even more expertise and guidance when selecting their perfect space solution. With Michael on board, customers can count on receiving best-in-class service every step of the way – ensuring they receive customized solutions that meet their needs. Henricksen’s Principal + Vice President, Ryan Esche, expressed his enthusiasm for Michael joining the team, saying, “We are thrilled that our Itasca office will benefit from the expertise Michael brings along with his passion for customer service. We know he will be an invaluable asset on our team!” Michael joins Henricksen at an exciting time – recently celebrating their 60th Anniversary and acquiring Tennessee-based furniture dealer Synergy Business Environments (now Synergy, A Henricksen Company) and Philadelphia-headquartered COFCO (now COFCO, A Henricksen Company) while continuing their commitment to providing outstanding products, services, and solutions for their clients’ needs.