The Fiskars design team, led by Petteri Masalin, has won the 2020 Red Dot: Design Team of the Year award. Fiskars Corporation is the parent company to the Fiskars Living portfolio of tableware brands that includes Waterford, Wedgwood, Royal Doulton, Royal Albert and Rogaška.
Overall sales declined in Fiskars’ third quarter, although the company highlighted a strong performance from its Scandinavian Living business.
On the second day of the New York Tabletop Market, October 18, vendors focused on new ways to add interest to tabletop segments, incorporating mixed materials, new finishes and new ways to add an entertaining lifestyle element to familiar SKUs, particularly those that might be multi-functional.
Fiskars Corporation reported that its fourth quarter net sales were flat with the previous year, at 334.1 million EUR; while its net sales increased by 5.1% on a comparable basis. For the full year of 2016 its net sales increased by 8.8% to 1,204 million EUR and its net sales increased by 1.6% on a comparable basis.
Fiskars has unveiled a new leadership team and organizational structure that moves the company from a region-based organization to one that will now operate under two strategic business units: Living and Functional.
Forty One Madison has launched Table 41, a new digital platform dedicated to providing inside access to design talent in the tabletop industry.
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