Upper Hand Relocates Indy HQ
By Kevin MacCauley, Co-Founder, Chairman & CEO
This month, we celebrated a major company milestone—the relocation of our corporate headquarters. We officially moved into our new space at the J.F. Wild Building, located in the heart of downtown Indianapolis, just steps away from Monument Circle.
The big move was largely based on the fact that we’re growing. We’ve evolved into one of the fitness and sports industry’s leading software solutions, converting more and more new customers everyday. Our goal in the relocation of our corporate headquarters was to provide our amazing team members with a space that will accommodate future expansion and, with more than 5,000 square feet, be better able to meet the demands of our evolving workplace.
When creating the design for our new national headquarters, we wanted to ensure it effortlessly incorporated our company values as well as embodied our undeniable passion for sports. We invested time and energy to create an ideal environment for our employees. This includes the integration of numerous collaboration spaces, new high-tech tools, standing desks, and white boards. In addition, we incorporated custom wall graphics designed in-house by our creative team to highlight legendary athletes and historical moments in professional sports, such as the Chicago Cubs’ 2016 World Series win.
We believe these investments will help make our team stronger and more collaborative, which are both critical components to our incredible success. We also hope it supports our mission to further engage, retain, and attract new employees as we continue to rapidly scale our business.
This has been an extremely exciting time for Upper Hand. Our expansion is a testament to our team’s incredible work and devotion to our mission. As we look toward the future, we’re eager to continue to change the industry landscape through our software that effortlessly saves our customers time, money and resources.
Want to learn more about our new headquarters? Read about our brand new space in this story from Club Industry here.