Thursday October 1, 2020

Revenue jumps at Ikea

13th December, 2015
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The company not only plans to “claim the city centres” but is also considering selling its products through third party online retailers including Amazon and Alibaba

Sales at Ikea increased by 11.2 per cent to €31.9 billion this year, according to its latest figures. Together with rental income, total revenue amounted to €32.7 billion.

“We have a great year behind us and have invested considerably in sustainability, in creating a better offer as well as being more accessible. Action on climate change is both a driver for innovation and an opportunity to make our business even better by, for instance, enabling our...

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