Ikea: The furniture giant announces an important message quietly and secretly – “From this week it starts everywhere”
That will be a lot of customers of Ikea probably happy.
The furniture giant quietly made an announcement on its Facebook page. Some customers of Ikea will make it cheer. Some other customers may be annoyed. But one by one.
Ikea: “It starts this week”
“When will you set up the Christmas decorations?” Asks a customer on Ikea’s Facebook page. Like so many people in Germany, she can hardly wait to decorate her own four walls for winter. No wonder, after all, the temperatures since July have given the impression that we have long been in the cold season.
At the beginning of the week, I received an answer from Ikea. And the customer will be happy about this answer. “From this week on, things will start everywhere”, announces the company full-bodied.
A few days earlier, Ikea had put its advent calendar for this year on sale. At the same time, the company announced: “But that also means that it is really time to redeem the promotional cards from the 2020 Advent calendar! We have extended their validity until December 31, 2021. “
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Ikea customers start petition
Ikea customers recently launched a very special campaign. The background: Ikea wanted to remove the “Blahaj” soft toy from its range.
The great blue shark is obviously very popular with many customers. As a result, Ikea customers started an online petition with which “Blahaj” should remain in the Swedish company’s program (all details here).
Strikes at Ikea and Co.
The company’s own employees also recently resisted the company’s decisions. A few days ago, employees went on strike in 31 of 54 German Ikea branches.
There has been a major wage conflict in German retail for months. The Verdi union repeatedly calls employees to go on a warning strike. Ikea employees had now also joined this (more information here).