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Work experience

Aug 2010Present

Founder

Solid Line Products / Keka

Headquartered in San Francisco, Keka is the largest collection of pattern designs for home décor and accessories from independent designers. Leveraging our community and proprietary technology tools, Keka provides consumers with a better way to decorate their lives. Our award-winning designers provide valuable consumer insight and trends and also create for leading brands. Our Keka collection of over 1M SKUs capture the most popular surface designs – all exclusive to the Keka family of products.

Education

University of California at Berkeley

About Henry Lo

Founder of Solid Line Products/Keka, a San Francisco-based home decor and accessories design company, Henry Lo is committed to providing consumers with unique designs that reflect their individual personalities for everything from pillows and dishware to iPad cases. He maintains a personalization system by which consumers may design their own iPad and iPhone cases, and oversees one of the world’s largest groups of licensed fashion and surface pattern designers. The designing team at Keka has experience working for such leading companies as Alexander Wang and Calvin Klein, and has won several awards for their work. Henry Lo expertly leverages his team of designers and employees to create a line of products for Keka that includes more than one million exclusive SKUs and designs.

A graduate of the University of California at Berkeley, Mr. Lo has more than 25 years of experience handling everything from digital marketing and analytics to business planning, strategy, and start-ups. First starting his career as an associate/business assurance manager with PricewaterhouseCoopers, he gained valuable experience in running businesses through his various roles at such companies as GE Capital, Friendlyway Corporation, and Planet Intra Software. In 2010, Mr. Lo founded Solid Line Products, which originally focused on selling innovative and customized iPad and iPhone cases, later expanding the company to include Keka.