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Jan 08

January 2020 Biz Spotlight- Mobile reCell

Posted to Business Spotlights by Jordin Alexander

CLICK HERE for January's business spotlight on Mobile reCell. 

Check out this month's business spotlight on Fishers-based Mobile reCell. CEO & Founder Ben Jones and his team are changing the mobile device recovery industry and experiencing impressive growth as a result.
Over the last 20 years, the issuance of mobile devices by businesses to its employees has increased enormously. An important, yet often- overlooked, step in the mobile device life cycle is that of device recovery, following an employee’s departure or device upgrade.

For years, a lack of structure in the device recovery process has left organizations with liabilities and costs associated with each issued device—both from a data protection and physical asset standpoint.

From a high level, Mobile reCell assists companies in the collection of their retired corporate- owned mobile devices, outsources the data destruction and cosmetic grading to a Chicago partner, ultimately selling the devices to one of over ten thousand channels, for the highest value.

"Initially, I was buying iPhones on Craigslist and selling them on eBay while in college to help pay for tuition. When the large carriers entered the consumer trade-in space-- and Craigslist became increasingly dangerous-- in 2013, I decided it was time to explore how my experience could be leveraged in another vertical," said Ben Jones, Founder & CEO of Mobile reCell.

After a short-lived idea for a device trade-in, price comparison engine, Jones soon came to realize the evident void in the mobile device recovery process among businesses, ultimately leading to the development of what is now known as, Mobile reCell.

Dec 12

Developments at 96th Street, Sunlight Drive, and in the Nickel Plate District Announced

Posted to Development Updates & Announcements by Jordin Alexander

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Strongbox Plans $7 million Investment, Reuse of Former Marsh Building

Strongbox and City of Fishers announced today plans to rehabilitate the former Marsh Supermarkets property located at 96th Street and Lantern Road. Strongbox, an Indianapolis-based commercial developer and construction management company, plans to invest $7 million to demolish 20,000 ftof the existing building to accommodate a new tenant to the community, add landscaping and parking lot improvements, and build a 10,000 ft2 out lot retail building.

Fishers-based Mattingly Construction Plans $7 million Development at Sunlight Drive


Fishers-based Mattingly Construction announced plans today to develop the parcel located at 0 Sunlight Drive featuring three buildings at 8,227ft
2, 10,433 ft2, and 14,600 ft2 respectively. The development is intended to provide opportunities for small businesses to own office space as an alternative to leasing.

Browning, Dora Hotel Company Bring Tapestry Collection by Hilton Boutique Hotel to Downtown Fishers

Browning Investments, Dora Hotel Company, and the City of Fishers announced today the plans to bring a 5-story, 116-room high-end, boutique hotel to the city’s downtown Nickel Plate District. The Hotel Nickel Plate, a Tapestry Collection by Hilton hotel, will feature a full-service restaurant on the first floor and Nickel Plate Trail access.








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