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Key figures

IKEA Group at a glance FY17

Ingka Holding B.V. and its controlled entities

Explore the key figures of IKEA Group, at a glance FY17.

2.1
billion visits to IKEA.com

137
million visits to the catalogue & store apps
Today, more than half of our IKEA co-workers are women.

49.2% female managers

Today, more than half of our co-workers are women, as are 49% of our managers and 53%* of Group Management.

EUR 1.8 billion Total Food turnover

Total food turnover within our restaurants, bistros, Swedish Food Markets, and co-worker restaurants.

85 million energy-saving IKEA LED bulbs sold.

85 million LED bulbs sold

If each bulb replaced an incandescent bulb, they could save enough energy to power 750 000 households for a year. This calculation is based on the electricity consumption of an average European household.

149,000 co-workers

Retail: 134,400
Distribution: 9,100
Shopping Centres: 2,100
Other: 3,400

100% of cotton used for IKEA products comes from more sustainable sources **.

355 IKEA stores in 29 IKEA Group countries

At the end of FY17 we also had 24 Pick-up and Order Points in 12 countries, 43 Shopping Centres in 15 countries, 31 Store Distribution sites in 18 countries and 26 Customer Distribution sites in 13 countries.

This number has changed for FY17 due to new management structure.
** Includes cotton grown to the Better Cotton Standard; by farmers working towards Better Cotton; recycled cotton and more sustainable cotton from the USA (such as the ‘e3 Cotton Program’).

 

Download the full report for a more detailed overview of what happened in FY17.