26-year-old Caroline is on an entrepreneurial adventure

Team BeneSit

The design engineer Caroline has started the company BeneSit together with her parents, where they produce a handmade, back-stimulating chair in Danish design.

On a cold November day in 2022, the doorbell rang at the Kragh family home, which in addition to being a private residence is also the domicile of the startup company BeneSit Aps.

At the door was a journalist from a local newspaper, Helsingør Dagblad, who interviewed Caroline and her mother Anita about their entrepreneurial adventure with the BeneSit chair in the company BeneSit ApS.

The result of that visit from the journalist was this article:

26-year-old Caroline got a call from the lions: – It’s great that our product makes a difference 

CategoriesDesign Tips & Tricks

The meeting rooms of the future are flexible

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We all know the traditional meeting room with a big wooden table in the middle with chairs around the table and a projector showing a big screen on the end wall.

In recent years, the traditional meeting room has been challenged by new and different meeting rooms that cater more for creativity and different ways of holding meetings.

We at BeneSit find that the BeneSit chair is used in meeting rooms and in open office landscapes.

As this chair is actually developed to counteract back pain due to sedentary work, customers have been asked why they use it in meeting rooms and open office spaces.

The reason is that the chair is super lightweight and has a handle that makes it intuitive and simple to move from room to room, so it can be used as an extra chair (if there are many people at a meeting) or as seating (when there is an informal or unscheduled meeting).

“We hear that the chair is used in creative spaces because the design is alternative and the rounded base makes it fun to sit on and “opens up” creative thoughts and an open, playful mind,” says Peter Kragh, co-founder of BeneSit ApS.

The company “Sessions” is a meeting room expert and have produced this article on the flexible meeting room of the future (in Danish).