Dyson has announced that it will hire more than 2,000 engineers and digital specialists in locations, including Singapore.
£2.8 billion (S$5.06 billion) investment plan announced in 2020. This year, £600 million of the £2.8 billion will be spent on investing in technology, facilities and laboratories.The roles to be filled span all levels and are in the electronics, acoustics, design engineering, machine learning, software, data connectivity, and robotics and materials teams. Dyson reported a 5 per cent growth in 2021 to £6 billion, up from £5.7 billion in 2020. Profits also rose in tandem, growing by 16 per cent from £1.3 billion to £1.5 billion