How IKEA creator Ingvar Kamprad built the world's largest furniture retailer - and a $39 billion fortune
The 89-year-old grew his flatpacking furniture brand by maintaining a personal and professional ethos of innovation and simplicity.
From humble beginnings selling holiday tchotchkes to his neighbors as a child, here's how Kamprad started a revolutionary, privately held $33 billion in sales furniture giant - and became one of the richest people on earth in the process.
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