The James Dyson Award is back and it’s bigger than ever. Do you have an invention that solves a problem? We want to hear about it. The international winner will receive £30,000 to kick-start their project plus £5,000 for their university.
Last week, James Dyson was recognised at the Financial Times Boldness in Business Awards. Speaking at the event, James said “failure is more instructive than success, as long as you bounce back up”.
Jim Rowan is our new Chief Executive Officer. Jim’s been with Dyson for six years, as our Chief Operating Officer and Board member. He has led research, design, development and manufacturing, so he’s perfectly placed to lead us into the world of electric cars and beyond. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQwHp
Last week we announced that we've begun work on a battery electric vehicle, due to launch in 2020. It has remained Dyson’s ambition to solve the problem of vehicle pollution for nearly 30 years. Now we have the opportunity to bring our technologies together in a single product. Join us to help shape Dyson's future. And yours.
Hear from Charles, our Global Head of Software, about his Dyson experience and how we provide intelligent solutions through pioneering technology.
The 2016 financial results were announced yesterday. Turnover grew by 45%, exceeding $3bn by continuing international expansion and developing new technologies. More opportunity. More people. Better technology.
James Dyson opened the doors to Dyson’s new Technology Centre in Singapore. Located in the heart of Singapore’s start-up community.
Welcome to The Smart Rooms. A challenge for the connected home. Does your team have what it takes? Apply now for your chance to take part in the live event. London. February 2017. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQXRr