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We work to create better everyday lives for the many. Learn how in our Annual Summary and Sustainability Report FY22.

We bring IKEA into people’s lives


Driven by the IKEA vision to create a better everyday life for the many people, Ingka Group brings the IKEA brand to millions of homes. Since being founded by Ingvar Kamprad, we’ve been united by our culture, values and entrepreneurial spirit. And as we grow, we make it easier than ever before for the many people to afford a better life at home.

Latest at Ingka Group

OPINION: We’ll only beat climate change if we help small businesses cut emissions ­‒ and fast

Girl sits on bench outside with an IKEA bag and ties her roller skates in colourful clothes.

Ingka Group is on a journey to become better. Learn about our goals and performance in our latest Annual Summary and Sustainability Report

Ingka Group Reporting FY22 – Continued progress as climate footprint reduces by 13.6%

The cost-of-living crisis hits home, as the economy and household finances outrank climate change as people’s top concerns globally

Ingka Group announces additional measures to support co-workers during cost-of-living crisis

IKEA stores halve production food waste, saving more than 20 million meals over four years

Ingka Centres reinvents the food court recipe with Saluhall – a sustainable dining culture hub inspired by principles of Nordic cuisine

Ingka Group secures prestigious ‘A’ score for transparency on climate change

Ingka Investments increases investment stake in GoBolt

Climate change advocacy

Skills for Employment – Let’s stand with refugees

IKEA Festival at Fuorisalone 2022: One week of thrilling events exploring Life at Home and beyond

Local Recovery Hub opens in Sweden – A new way of innovating and testing how to prolong the life of IKEA furniture

IKEA co-worker

Gender equality at Ingka Group

The world’s first second-hand IKEA store is now open

Our Coronavirus response: Living up to our values

Ingka Group increases its sustainability investments by EUR 600 million over coming 12 months

IKEA grants €26m to protect the health and livelihoods of communities, co-workers, suppliers and consumers impacted by coronavirus

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Clean and sustainable energy for the many people

IKEA to lead the way in refugee integration