HAT Collective | HAT Collective (11th floor, space 11-122) is unveiling Iku, its first-ever original ergonomic seating product, at NeoCon 2022. With the addition of Iku to HAT Collective’s robust suite of workplace solutions, workers are further empowered to work their way and can now create their own “360 workspace” – a comprehensive set of ergonomic products that complete a personalized and healthy workstation. Japanese for “to go,” Iku is an interactive, intuitive mid-back task chair that propels professionals into a healthy, productive workday. Like all HAT Collective products, Iku features innovative design, integrated ergonomics and easy user functionality. Expertly engineered to support the back and spine while providing high-end comfort, Iku comes with an intuitive synchro-control to promote natural body movement. Users can select multiple adjustments to ensure the chair is correctly positioned for optimal ergonomics and productivity. Adjustments include four different back positions, 11 incremental armrest positions and 2.3 inches of seat depth. Versatile for today’s modern workplace or home office, Iku features a modern mesh backrest in three different color choices along with a stylish black nylon or upscale polished aluminum base. Color options are available for the back frame, arm and seat upholstery. Easy glide casters provide fluid mobility on either hard or carpeted surfaces. Iku is joining HAT Collective’s full suite of innovative workplace product solutions, which includes height-adjustable tables; articulating monitor arms; wire and power management systems; storage units; and accessories. Whether a user prefers sitting or standing, working individually or collaboratively, remaining stationary or being on the go, HAT Collective offers workers more ways to work their way. HAT Collective will be introducing several other innovative workplace solutions during NeoCon 2022. This includes E2 Connex, a fully expandable, configurable and improved monitor arm designed to enhance interactions between users and their technology; and Pocket, a new mesh cable management sleeve that neatly addresses cord challenges with height adjustable and static desks.