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IKEA has taken a strategic decision to grow its in-house design team with almost twice its size over the coming two years. For many years, as we grew our business and entered new markets, we kept our in-house design team roughly the same size. Today, IKEA has 18 in-house designers working with product development across the entire range. As an in-house designer, you are often part of several design projects at the time and, together with our product development teams and freelance designers, you contribute to approximately new products that are developed each year.
In the heart of the IKEA product development is the Democratic Design model, meaning that all products are beautiful, functional and affordable with built-in quality and sustainability. The ambition is to grow the in-house design department with roughly twice its size in a stepwise approach over two years. First recruitments will start this spring. Our designers are here to ensure and develop strong IKEA design identity in our product range as we continue to meet the needs and dreams of the many people in life at home.
In addition to this investment, IKEA will continue the successful and important work with an extensive network of freelance designers as well as design collaborations. Read more about working at IKEA on about. Equality works better IKEA recognises the value and contribution of all women around the world. And while grateful for the progress that has been made, we cannot ignore the fact that much work has yet to be done to reach true equality.
We believe in a fair and equal society that benefits all, and will continue to work towards an environment where co-workers feel valued for their uniqueness, are recognised for their diverse talents, and where people of all genders can truly be themselves. Join us! Together, we will create a better everyday life for ourselves and our customers.
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the Ikea Jerker collection from the 2005 US Ikea Catalogue