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  • Every year, the Dyson Christmas Party is like nothing you’ve ever seen before, with live music, street food and silent discos for thousands of Dyson people. But this year’s theme, Vision, truly had to be seen to be believed. Visionaries from across the company showed off their eye-popping costumes on the catwalk and on the dancefloor, making it a night to remember. #InsideDyson
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    Every year, the Dyson Christmas Party is like nothing you've ever seen before, with live music, street food and silent discos for thousands of Dyson people. But this year's theme, Vision, truly had to be seen to be believed.

  • Dyson people love a challenge. Each year, people across the Dyson world team-up to take part in Challenge Dyson, a light-hearted internal event focused around unusual challenges. This year was no exception, as teams geared up to race remote-controlled vehicles made out of foam around a giant world map obstacle course.

  • Dyson’s new Hullavington, UK, campus has opened and the automotive team has moved in. But it doesn’t end there. Today Dyson announced the next phase, bringing investment there to £200m with over 10 miles of vehicle test tracks planned. Find out more: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQQwK http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQQwT

  • 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.

    International design competition | James Dyson Award

    Prizes The James Dyson Award is your chance to make a name for yourself as an inventor. As well as winning a significant cash prize, you could generate media exposure to kick-start your career, earn the esteem of your peers - and perhaps gain the confidence to launch your own business.

  • 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”.

    Boldness in Business person of the year: Sir James Dyson

    Sir James Dyson, Britain's most famous living inventor, says money is not his motivation. "I manufacture products where I've developed the technology and designed the whole product, and that's the kick I get from it," he says at the Dyson company headquarters in Malmesbury, south-west England.

  • 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

    Dyson has appointed a new chief executive as it embarks on electric car

    Dyson has installed a new boss in the driving seat as it embarks on ambitious plans to build its own electric car. Operations chief Jim Rowan has been promoted to chief executive, replacing Max Conze who had led the British firm since 2011.

  • 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.


    Software Propelling Hardware

    It's no secret that Dyson, traditionally a hardware company, has been deepening its commitment to software development. Meanwhile we've collectively built the foundations for a successful, creative and exciting connected technology platform.

  • 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.

    Dyson's Latest Cordless Vacuums Drive Sales Past $3 Billion

    Dyson Ltd. continues to prove making high-priced vacuum cleaners is a lucrative and growing business. The closely held U.K. firm said total sales grew 45 percent in 2016, to 2.5 billion pounds ($3.12 billion), largely due to demand for a new line of battery-powered cordless cleaners.

  • James Dyson opened the doors to Dyson’s new Technology Centre in Singapore. Located in the heart of Singapore’s start-up community.

    Dyson opens new Singapore tech center with focus on R&D in AI and software

    Dyson is expanding its footprint in Singapore, with a new Technology Centre opened today by the maker of vacuums and other smart home electronics. The UK company will be investing $561 million as part of its commitment to the new facility, which hosts working labs where research and development teams can pool their cumulative hardware and software know-how to help advance the company's growing ambitions.

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