In 1954, two Swedish gentlemen founded a lingerie brand that would go on to impact the lives of women all over Europe. Ingemar Boman and Bengt Rosell opened Fynd in Alingsås, which was later acquired by Lindex and developed into the popular clothing brand it is today. The business boasts womens and childrens ranges with more than 480 stores in the Nordic countries, the Baltic states, Russia, Central Europe, and the Middle East. This is complemented by its online presence in all of the European countries and Norway.
Ingvar Larson was appointed as CEO of Lindex in June last year. Prior to that he held various positions within the company including design and purchasing director, and country manager for Sweden. Despite being quite new to the role, he has extensive experience in the industry and is committed to leading the business in a positive direction.