Sit Down & Stand Out

Sit Down & Stand Out

December 20, 2017

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Competition helps to drive innovation and it helps push professional minds and businesses forward. It can also make standing out that much more difficult when everyone is constantly on their ‘A’ game. 

When it comes to crafting the right office space, being mindful of ways to optimize the space you have, and focusing on comfort and ergonomics is always important, but there are other important elements to consider. Here are some great examples of how specific businesses have helped themselves stand out further:

‘Sit-to-Stand Desks

The functionality element that has made a tremendous difference in our office space is our sit-to-stand desks. From a design perspective, they are set at different heights, which produces a more creative, modern look in the office. Most importantly, employees have the chance to stand up or sit down based on how they feel, which increases productivity and wellness. —Vladimir Gendelman, Company Folders, Inc

Ergonomic Chairs

Despite all of the things we have done over the years to make our office unique, there is no question that the biggest differentiator both visually and functionally has been having an office flush with top-of-the-line ergonomic office chairs. Every employee, intern and visitor comments on how comfortable the chairs are and how much more enjoyable the experience is as a result. —Adam Mendler, Beverly Hills Chairs

Desks on Wheels

We’re a collaborative company, and need different teams to meet regularly. Everyone needs their own space, but they also need flexibility to sit together. At first we reserved a lot of meeting spaces (couches, white-boards, etc.). But that space would go unused for 60% of the day. Last year we put wheels on all of our desks and whiteboards. Now we can have impromptu meetings anywhere.  —Aaron Schwartz, Passport‘  (source:

At Burovision we can help create the perfect environment that reflects your brand, and create the most memorable experience for everyone in it.

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