LEGOs is the newest and greatest brand in the Lego world.
The company, founded in 2005, has made a name for itself in the worlds of art, science, and technology by offering products that are built to last, to build, and to grow.
But the company has a big problem.
It is a very old company.
That’s not a problem that’s going away anytime soon, as the company is set to become one of the biggest companies in the world in 2020, according to Jefferies analysts.
The biggest threat to the company’s future, however, is the rise of the “artisanal” model of consumer goods, which is now a popular trend in the US.
And, while artisanal has been growing in popularity for a while, its growth has slowed down recently.
The rise of this style of business model, which focuses on craftsmanship and craftsmanship, has seen a huge spike in sales.
This has led to the rise in sales of craft goods.
In 2017, artisanal grew at a whopping 9% a year.
In 2020, it is expected to grow to 14%.
The artisanal model of business has been seen in the likes of Lego bricks, which are manufactured with artisanal materials and are sold through the internet, or Lego parts, which can be purchased in brick form.
The artisan model has also been seen on other toys, like the KFC burger, which has grown to be one of KFC’s biggest sellers, as well as in its own lines of accessories.
The trend is certainly a boon for Lego, which already has a solid base of retail customers.
In the first quarter of 2020, the company had $1.8 billion in sales, which was a 15% increase over the same period in 2017.
This is a significant jump, but it comes with a lot of challenges for the company.
For one thing, the artisanal market is still a very small portion of the Lego market.
The most recent figures from the Brickworks company, which tracks sales, show that only 12% of Lego stores in the United States are artisanal.
Meanwhile, it has to contend with an aging demographic.
While the number of people who are 65 and older is on the rise, this number has actually been decreasing since the 1970s.
This makes it harder for the brand to sell artisanal Lego to younger generations who are more likely to be looking for an affordable way to get into the Lego hobby.
Another problem for Lego is that the company often needs to sell Lego bricks that are only available in a limited number of markets.
For example, there are only a few stores in Europe that carry all the popular Lego sets.
In China, for example, Lego sets are only sold through a limited network of bricks.
And the company also has a long history of failing to deliver on its promise to deliver quality, high-quality products to consumers.
But there are signs that things are starting to change.
Last year, the brand announced that it had bought a 50% stake in LEGO, which makes it one of its largest and most prominent shareholders.
This deal gives the company a foothold in the growing craft business and makes it more accessible to younger consumers.
That could also lead to the future growth of Lego’s craft-centric businesses.
Lego also has plans to invest $50 million in a new factory to build the first production line of its new Legos brick.
This will make it possible to create a range of bricks, from the basic bricks to more complex sets, as part of the company ‘s plan to become an online-only brand.
“Legos is in a position to take advantage of the artisan market by providing its brick collection to people who might not otherwise be able to access it,” said Greg Kepner, a senior research analyst at Jefferies.
“If they can make this happen in an organized way, they will be able more quickly grow the brand and have a much better business case.”