On Wednesday (April 14), Dyson announced that it is planning to allocate its S$5 billion global investment in new technology and research programmes to hire at least 250 more engineers and scientists in Singapore in the next five years.
There are currently about 700 engineers and scientists working for Dyson’s Singapore team of 1,400.
Dyson Chief Executive Roland Krueger said that the technology giant is creating new roles in the software and electronic teams, as well as establishing a new global cyber-security center.
Thus, they will need to hire the right talent in the city state to develop “more complex and intelligent” patentable technologies.
Currently Singapore is Dyson’s global headquarter, the hub for its engineering teams with a focus on commercial manufacturing and supply chain operations.
Last November, Dyson announced that Singapore will be one of the three markets it plans to invest further in, along with The Philippines