AOKE’s US Subsidiary will be up and running in July 2020, an interview with CEO Kevin Li.
In recent years, Google, Apple, Facebook, and other Internet corporations in North America are setting off a wave of stand desks and ergonomic chairs based on ergonomic design concepts.
When Apple CEO Tim Cook opened the company’s new headquarters at Apple Park in 2017, he said that 100% of the company’s 12,000 employees will be equipped with electric standing desks to protect their health and improve work efficiency. Tableau, a data-analytics software corporation, has fitted all of its 1,200 employees with height-adjustable desks. Facebook has had more than 250 employees using standing desks since 2013, and the idea of a healthy office has been around for a long time.
Height-adjustable desks are the fastest-growing employee benefit in the American workplace, according to a June 2018 survey from the Society for Human Resources. Forty-four percent of corporate HRS say they are providing or subsidizing the use of standing desks. And the global standing desk market is expected to reach $2.8bn by 2025.
So as the R&D factory of the ergonomic standing desk, how does Aoke develop now? Any development news this year?
Here is a script from the interview with CEO of AOKE Kevin Li