Posts Tagged ‘Varidesk’

With Stand2Learn Purchase, Coppell’s Varidesk Expands Its Role in Active Workspace Market

Posted by Katie Kelton

Coppell-based Varidesk is looking to own the active workspace market with its latest acquisition of Stand2Learn, a College Station-based maker of standing desks for young students.


Photo courtesy of Stand2Learn

Varidesk announced the purchase Tuesday, noting it aligns with the …

Varidesk Parent Introduces Alexa-Controlled Lights

Posted by Lance Murray

Coppell-based Gemmy Industries has introduced Light Rhapsody, a Alexa-controlled light string that allows the user to manipulate the lights using only their voice.

Users will be able to have a range of command options from color to themes to effects, …

EY Names Entrepreneur of Year Award Southwest Winners

Posted by Lance Murray

Global assurance, tax, transaction, and adviser services firm EY announced the Southwest winners in its Entrepreneur of the Year Award program Saturday during a gala event at the Hilton Anatole in Dallas. 

The winners were named from a group of

Stand-Up Company: Coppell’s Varidesk Continues to Grow

Posted by Nicholas Sakelaris

Varidesk already has a waiting list for the white version of its new standing desk just a few days after it launched.

The Coppell-based company scaled down its larger free-standing desks to 48 inches so it will appeal to companies

Varidesk Stands Tall Atop SMU’s Dallas 100 List

Posted by Lance Murray

Varidesk, the Coppell company that makes the ubiquitous standing desks we see in many offices, has been named the fastest growing privately held company in the area in the annual Dallas 100 ranking.

For the past 26 years, the ranking …

3 Things: Children’s Health Offering New Ingestible Tech

Posted by Amanda Hayes

Children’s Health offers a digital solution for patients, Dallas holds on to second place in the Small Business Index, and a local desk company is expanding its new wave office furniture.

Dallas-based Children’s Health is offering new technology that helps …