Isku features on a list of growing companies in Europe, published by London Stock Exchange LSEG


London Stock Exchange Group (LSEG), the owner company of London Stock Exchange, has composed a report of thousand inspiring European companies that are in a key role in speeding up economic growth and creating jobs. The list has 20 Finnish companies and one of them is Finland’s leading furniture company in public spaces, Isku Interior. Besides Isku Interior there are such Finnish companies as Polar Electro, Solita and Kohiwood. According to the CEO of LSEG Xavier Rolet, these fast-growing companies are the ones that push the economic growth and employment on the move in Europe.

”Being on the list with other inspiring Finnish companies tells us that our persistent work is bringing us results in both Finland and abroad. Especially heartwarming thing is that Isku is being seen as the boosting element for economic growth. Our persistent focus on national investments and purchases and systematic development of competitivity with international and innovative solutions, such as antimicrobial furniture, is bearing fruit now. The next years are going to be great for Isku”, says Arto Tiitinen, the CEO of Isku.

More information:
Arto Tiitinen, CEO, Isku-Yhtymä Oy, puh. 0400 566875,


Isku is a Finnish family-owned company established by Eino Vikström 1928 in Lahti, Finland. Isku’s products are known for its high quality. Isku designs and develops, produces and markets furniture, services and comprehensive interior solutions for homes, schools, offices, healthcare facilities as well as for all public spaces. Isku operates across Finland, the Nordics, the Baltics, Poland, Russia and the Middle East through its own inclusive sales and services network. Isku produces and sells furniture and services all around the world. Isku has centralized its production to Lahti, Finland. Isku has certificates in quality, environment and safety systems, ISO 9001-, ISO 14001- and OHSAS 18001. Today, all Isku’s production is PEFC certified. All wood used in the production comes from sustainably and responsibly managed forests and the raw material’s chain of custody is known.