Vimeo
LinkedIn
Instagram
Share |

Lego group

March 1, 2019

The Danish family-owned toy giant Lego Group will build on its return to growth after a two-year slump by accelerating expansion in China, India and the Middle East.

The Danish family-owned toy giant Lego Group will build on its return to growth after a two-year slump by accelerating expansion in China, India and the Middle East.

March 6, 2018

Flat global sales and corporate streamlining are behind an 8% drop in revenue for 2017, the Danish family owned Lego Group announced today.

Flat global sales and corporate streamlining are behind an 8% drop in revenue for 2017, the Danish family owned Lego Group announced today.

Revenue for the full year fell after more than a decade of strong growth to DKK 35 billion ($5.8 billion) from DKK 37.9 billion ($6.3 billion) in 2016. The decline came despite a Lego movie and Star Wars merchandise tie-ins and the royal opening of the Lego House family attraction last year.

December 6, 2016

The Danish family owners of the $5 billion Lego Group have appointed the non-family executive who quadrupled revenue in less than 10 years to a new effort to develop the long-term potential of the brand.

The Danish family owners of the $5 billion Lego Group have appointed the non-family executive who quadrupled revenue in less than 10 years to a new effort to develop the long-term potential of the brand.

The Kirk Kristiansen family, owners of arguably the biggest toymaker in the world, announced today they have decided to establish the Lego Brand Group.

October 15, 2013

A 130-year-old US chemicals and industries company has taken the top honour at an international awards ceremony held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

A 130-year-old US chemicals and industries company has taken the top honour at an international awards ceremony held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

J M Huber Corporation (Huber) was presented with the IMD-Lombard Odier Global Family Business Award, at the culmination of the FBN-I annual summit, held this week.

According to the award judges, the firm was recognised for family inclusiveness, business governance, communications excellence, and successful management of the transition from family to non-family leadership.

June 10, 2013

The winners of the Families in Business Awards, in association with Societe GenPrivateBanking, are soon to be announced, so take a look at the achievements of CampdenFB's shortlisted candidates. 

The award ceremony will take place on 11 June, at the Cercle National des Armées, in Paris.
 

The winners of the Families in Business Awards, in association with Societe Generale Private Banking, are soon to be announced, so take a look at the achievements of CampdenFB's shortlisted candidates.

The award ceremony will take place tomorrow, 11 June, at the Cercle National des Armées, in Paris.

 

 

July 5, 2012

With just days to go until the winners of the Families in Business Awards, in association with Societe Generale Private Banking, are announced, CampdenFB takes a look at the shortlisted candidates and businesses – and their achievements. 

With just days to go until the winners of the Families in Business Awards, in association with Societe Generale Private Banking, are announced, CampdenFB takes a look at the shortlisted candidates and businesses – and their achievements.

The winners will be announced on 9 July at an awards ceremony in Amsterdam, which will be held at the Heineken Brewery, one of the Netherlands’ most iconic family businesses

November 25, 2011

It isn't really Christmas without a tree to brighten up the place. But family business Lego Group has taken the spirit of the celebration to a whole new level by building a tree made entirely of Lego bricks.

It isn't really Christmas without a tree to brighten up the place. But family business Lego Group has taken the spirit of the celebration to a whole new level by building a tree made entirely of Lego bricks.

The 12.2 metre (40 feet) high Christmas tree, which according to the Kristiansen-family owned company is the tallest tree made using its toy bricks, was unveiled at London’s St Pancras train station on 24 November.

November 10, 2011

The world economy may be suffering some serious problems, but many family businesses are growing faster than ever. Which family businesses are likely to challenge for the top positions in the years ahead? CampdenFB lists the top 50.

At the time of writing, traders’ screens around the world are turning a nasty shade of red. Stock markets are plummeting everywhere and there is much talk of developed economies slipping back into recession.

You would be forgiven for wondering if it might be a good time to retreat to a cave with a weapon and a crate of tinned food. But away from the trading floors, there is another story about the world economy - one that moves more slowly and involves fewer people panicking, and so gets less attention.

Click here >>
Close