Dyson

Company Overview

At Dyson, we are agents of change.

We start by turning convention on its head. We’re family owned, beholden to no one, so we can forge our own path – different and authentic. Never satisfied, we constantly strive to find a better way. We solve problems that others choose to ignore with ingenious new technologies that defy convention and simply work better.

In 1993, James Dyson launched the first bag-less vacuum cleaner but a lot has changed since then. As we continue to grow, we’re exploring new frontiers and traversing the unknown. In 2012 we were 3120 people. Today we’re over 12,500. Our future is bright and the next few years are set to be our busiest yet as we continue to innovate and disrupt with new categories, new machines and launching more demo stores all over the world. We never have and never will stand still.

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Additional Company Overview

Dyson is different. Our culture is unique. It’s not for everyone, but if you thrive on challenges and are excited by change then it could be for you. Discover what it’s like to work here with people across our business. Get stuck in from day one. As a school leaver, your career could start with an apprenticeship or pursue a BEng Engineering degree apprenticeship at The Dyson Institute of Engineering and Technology.

Whether you’re an undergraduate looking for an internship or a graduate taking the first step of your career, your input will be valued from the beginning. We’ll challenge you to think differently, push the boundaries and defy convention.

"I've reflected that my life has been defined by learning through doing. I believe in the importance of education and the need to be both practical and cerebral – unafraid to get your hands dirty to test something empirically to understand it properly. Also, since everything changes all the time, experience is of little use – far more valuable is a mindset of constantly wanting to improve things and not letting the fear of failure get in the way." - Sir James Dyson - Founder and Chief Engineer

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