Let me briefly introduce myself. I am Belgian, and I have been working at IKEA for almost 25 years. For the first 12 years, I was employed as a Store Manager, and for the next 13 years, I have held the position of CEO in Poland and France. Currently, I am CEO of IKEA South-East Europe. The region I am responsible for includes Serbia, Croatia, Slovenia, Romania, and from now on, Ukraine. I am married, with two children, a 9-year old daughter and a 7-year old son. – You are most welcome here, in Ukraine! In our country, many people have been waiting for the news of your arrival. Earlier today, you had a meeting with Ukraine’s top officials. Could you give us some details of this meeting? In particular, what matters were discussed? – How did we arrive at the decision to advance into the Ukrainian market? The main reason was that Ukraine is a very important European country where IKEA used to have virtually no presence. We believe that now is the right moment for our company to come to Ukraine because we see the country’s economic growth indicators. Our vision is to create a better everyday life… Read full this story
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