Stokke AS was founded in Ålesund, on the west coast of Norway, in 1932. Stokke provides worldwide distribution of premium children´s furniture and equipment within the highchair, stroller, baby carrier, home textiles and nursery market segments.

Stokke started out producing bus seats and furniture for adults when the company was first established in 1932. Our collection consisted of recliners, ergonomic seating solutions and home office systems. The first product for children was launched in 1972 - the iconic Tripp Trapp® chair designed by Peter Opsvik. In the late 1990’s the children’s collection expanded to include a nursery system that could grow with the child. Our first stroller was launched in 2003 –the innovative Stokke® Xplory® introducing the concept of high parent-facing seating to the industry.

Since 2006 Stokke has focused exclusively on premium children´s furniture and equipment within the highchair, stroller, baby carrier, home textiles and nursery market segments. Today, Stokke continues a long tradition of designing smart, sustainable products that promote bonding and healthy development for a whole new generation of children and their families.

More than forty years after the launch of Tripp Trapp®, the Stokke philosophy continues to be based on one core concept; to design products that are in the best interest of the child. All of our products are designed to encourage child development and to strengthen the bonds between parent and child. From our high, parent-facing strollers, to our award winning ergonomic baby carriers and versatile line of adjustable seating solutions, Stokke prioritizes the needs of the child above all else.

Stokke knows that it is of the utmost importance that children have a sense of connection with their loved ones to feel safe and secure. That is why a “higher is better” and “parent-facing” approach is taken toward so many of our products. These features promote better eye contact and interaction between parent and child.

Our human centric focus on design ensures functionality, exceptional ergonomics and unparalleled comfort. Sophisticated engineering delivers tailor made technical solutions that are integrated in our products. All our products are developed to fit seamless into any interior -with timeless design to make them never go out of style.

Stokke was established in the small coastal town of Ålesund, Norway in 1932. 3 generations of the Stokke family owned and operated the company until early 2014. The company is today owned by NXMH, an investment company based in Belgium, wholly owned BY NXC in South Korea. NXC is the largest shareholder in NEXON Corporation.

The Stokke Collection is distributed worldwide under the Stokke® trademark through selected specialist stores represented in over fifty countries.


Founded in 2009 in France, BABYZEN™ was born out of the ambition to create a stroller that would make parenting easier. 

BABYZEN™ and Stokke® has a common passion for innovation and sustainable production, we holds the importance of helping children to grow at the heart of everything we do.
BABYZEN™ is known for its highly innovative, functional, and aesthetic products, in particular the YOYO all-in-one lightweight stroller, which has become a travel and urban living essential for parents around the world.
In 2012, BABYZEN™ released YOYO², the first evolutionary ultra-compact stroller that delivers against needs for on-the-go parents. Constantly innovating around this starting point BABYZEN™ also offers a collection of accessories including YOYO connect which transforms YOYO2 into a double stroller with a single click and even skis to clip on the front wheels of the stroller and enable an easy and safe glide on the snow.
In December 2021, Stokke AS announced the acquisition of the BABYZEN™ brand, makers of the premium and popular YOYO all-in-one lightweight stroller. 
"Combining Stokke and BABYZEN™ demonstrates our ambition to strengthen our global position. Our strategy is all about delivering a premium consumer experience, be that through our own product or by acquiring companies that offer complementary products," said Jacob Kragh, CEO, Stokke. "The Stokke family of products all adhere to our core values of sustainability, design, and child development and matches the expectations of consumers across age groups and international borders."