|Boconcept Holding a/s-b (BOCONB:Copenhagen)|
|Founded||Herning, Denmark; 1952|
|Founder||Jens Ærthøj Jensen and Tage Mølholm|
Number of locations
|Approximately 300 world-wide|
BoConcept, headquartered Herning, Denmark, is a high-end Danish designer and manufacturer of sleek modern design furniture, with an emphasis on fashion and functionality, that has approximately 300 locations around the world.  It was established in 1952.
In 1952, Danish craftsmen Jens Ærthøj Jensen and Tage Mølholm opened a furniture factory in Herning, Denmark, which was the beginning of BoConcept. The goal of the founders was to manufacture quality, attractive, functional, good-value furniture.
BoConcept is a global retail furniture chain. It has 230 franchise brand stores, and 90 studios. Most of its stores in the United States are on the East Coast. As of 2013, its CEO was Torben Paulin, its CFO was Hans Barslund, and its COO was Troels Dyrup Petersen.
BoConcept manufactures and sells furniture and lifestyle products, including sofas, beds, sofa beds, chairs, stools, armchairs, tables, desks, sideboards, room dividers, TV and stereo units, night stands, mattresses, and wardrobes. It also offers accessories such as mirrors, candlesticks, vases, shelves, bookcases, frames, tableware, footstools, sculptures, wall clocks, cushions, throws, bed covers, duvets, pillows, rugs, door mats, pendants, and lamps. It manufactures furniture in Denmark, as well as in other parts of the world.
Niki and Shaokao Cheng own all five BoConcept stores in New York City, at which they have hosted art shows by artists such as Julio Gaggia and concert pianist/artist Chau-Giang Thi Nguyen. Their clients include Susan Sarandon, Faye Dunaway, Brooke Shields, P. Diddy, Jay-Z, Mary J. Blige, Estelle, Lil’ Kim, and Patti LaBelle. BoConcept New York's furniture has been featured on shows such as NBC's The Apprentice, Bravo's Queer Eye for the Straight Guy, and Bravo's Kathy Griffin: My Life on the D-List.
In 2013, BoConcept collaborated on designs with Mercedes-Benz, the manufacturer of Smart cars. The idea to collaborate was driven by the fact that the two companies have similar customer demographics. The Smart ForTwo BoConcept signature cars were slated to begin selling in late 2013.
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