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What happened in 2016?
365 days flew by, but we don’t want to forget. In three annual summaries we capture the year that has passed. In numbers and in stories, we fill them with our accomplishments, learnings and future visions to share with you. So go ahead - dive into life at home, read about financial results, get to know who we are, and how we’ve worked to put people and planet first.
Explore IKEA Highlights 2016Read IKEA Group Yearly Summary 2016 Read IKEA Group Sustainability Report 2016
THE IKEA CONCEPT
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We constantly ask: Is there a better way? That’s how the IKEA home furnishings offer remains unique and how we try to make everyday life better for the many people.
DEMOCRATIC DESIGN
RIGGAD LED work lamp with wireless charging
For us, good design is the right combination of form, function, quality, sustainability and a low price. We call it “democratic design”, because we believe good home furnishing is for everyone.
ABOUT THE IKEA GROUP
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We are a values-driven company with a passion for life at home. Every product we create is our idea for making home a better place. At the IKEA Group, we have 340 stores in 28 countries (as of August 31, 2016).
WORKING AT THE IKEA GROUP
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We believe in people! It takes a dream to create a successful business idea. It takes people to make dreams a reality.
A display of different waste sorting bins.
PEOPLE & PLANET
We have loads of affordable products and solutions tohelp you live a more sustainable life at home. They may seem like small things – LED bulbs, recycling waste baskets, food storage containers and the like – but that’s the beauty of small actions: they all add up!
Two women inspecting an anthracite-coloured door front made from 100% recycled waste.wo women inspecting an anthracite-coloured door front made from 100% recycled waste.
ON THE FACTORY FLOOR
This section will show you how we work with suppliers to keep prices low without compromising quality. And how things like factory-floor innovations, taking social responsibility and our focus on long-term relationships relate to the products you buy.