Sunday, June 17, 2007


Welcome to the new site. The goal of the original company was to provide ergonomic and comfort-related resources to those with injuries, illnesses and disabilities of all kinds that make life uncomfortable. This new site will continue to do that when it is revamped.


During the year of 2000, bcomfy was a for-profit California corporation with the developing business model to "ergonomize" the work place, i.e. provide an online software solution to make the modern workplace a healthier, more comfortable place. provided resources for helping injured and disabled individuals find comfortable, ergonommic solutions for their homes and offices. The bcomfy business model received some good feedback and the company was selected for that year's Forum for Women Entrepreneurs eSeries where founders Sarah Granger and Emily Jennings were trained on how to grow the business successfully.

bcomfy had great partners, advisors and early test customers showing there was a clear need for more attention to ergonomics in the workplace. A "huge problem", Yahoo CEO Tim Koogle said at the time about the onset of repetitive strain injuries in high-tech companies. Due to market timing and limited funding availability, bcomfy the corporation was closed at the end of 2000 and the concept was put on hold. bcomfy is not currently a for-profit venture. It is being reworked into a non-profit as part of a larger group of problems to be solved regarding high-tech culture and workplace health.