Each brand has a well-defined identity, with a specific values which are reflected in the product offering, features and design, as well as in appropriate communication mechanics.
We remain convinced that our balanced business model, combining profitable growth and a resolutely responsible approach, creates value for all and plays a full part in our contribution to better living in households around the world.
Provisional 2020 sales
2020 Annual results
First-quarter 2021 sales and financial data
Throughout the year, Groupe SEB is committed to a better world and for a more sustainable everyday life.
During the 3rd “Grand Prix RSM” (Brand Social Responsibility Grand Prize) organized by PRODURABLE and LinkUp Factory, with the support of M6 Publicité, Tefal won the Audencia* students' choice award for its eco-designed e-commerce pack.
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Groupe SEB and APF France handicap have partnered up to develop a best design practices guide for universally accessible objects and services, with the support of the French national funding agency for the preservation of autonomy (Caisse Nationale de Solidarité pour l’Autonomie [CNSA]). The “Good Design Playbook”, which is available in both paper and digital format, is intended to be a resource for all stakeholders who wish to bolster their approach to inclusive design.
WMF has extended the endowed professorship of the “Sustainable Product Management” course of study at Nuertigen-Geislingen University of Applied Sciences (NGU), which was originally set up in 2015, by another three years. For this, WMF has now been awarded the Stifterverband “Innovative through Research” seal.
In an unprecedented event, inspired by Colombia’s Independence day celebration that took place on July 20th, both of our brands Imusa and Samurai, along with another 113 Colombian companies, joined forces to tell the country and its people: “Follow your heart: support what is ours”.
In Argentina, the current Covid-19 health crisis has severely affected the most vulnerable sectors. Many NGO’s supporting people in the poorest areas of the country are finding themselves in difficulty as they are not able to deliver the daily meals to those most in need anymore. Our colleagues from Groupe SEB Argentina decided to support them by launching the “Chain of Flavors” solidarity campaign.
After being unanimously signed by the Group's trade unions in spring 2020, the Group Agreement relating to handicap has now been approved by the State.
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Groupe SEB’s commitment goes one step further with the launch of the first ever all inclusive repair packages: This marks a first of its kind guaranteed long-term repair service from a manufacturer, at a much lower cost than that of product replacement. It is also the very first “all-inclusive” package on the market. The new offer launches in France and will soon launch in Europe.
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