March 23, 2020 

Dear Friends,

We wanted to share an update on how Stokke, as a global company, is responding to the COVID-19 situation.

Doing what is in the best interest of the child is one of our most important values, and therefore, at the heart of everything we do.

As many of our thoughts are on the current situation, we want to let you know that the safety and health of children and families remain our highest priority.

In an effort to take care of our communities and each other, we´re following the latest local health advisories and encouraging Stokke employees that can work from home to do so. For your safety, please join us in taking the recommended precautions to ensure your health and well-being. 

Staying close and connected to your loved ones matters more now than ever. It is our hope, that through spending time together, your bond will be even stronger. In the coming days, we´d like to keep the conversation going in our Social Media channels. We´ll share tips for indoor adventures with your little ones and inspire some smiles during your day.

In the meantime, we´re doing all that we can to keep things running as smoothly as possible during these challenging times.

Please reach out to us if you have questions or concerns.

We are all one big family & we are all connected, and together we can get through this.

Founded in Ålesund Norway in 1932, Stokke began life as a manufacturer of high-quality furniture. The first product for children was launched in 1972 –the iconic Tripp Trapp® chair, which has sold more than 11 million units and remains a core product in the Stokke collection. Since 2006 Stokke has focused exclusively on designing premium children ́s furniture and equipment within the highchair, stroller, baby carrier, home textiles and nursery segments.The products promote bonding between parent and child, and ensure healthy development for young children.Owned and operated by three generations of the Stokke family until 2014, Stokke was acquired by Belgium based NXMH, wholly owned by NXC in South Korea. Stokke has worldwide distribution in over 70 countries, as well as its own subsidiaries in Europe, the United States and Asia.