Dyson to move to Singapore

British technology company Dyson has announced today that they will be moving their headquarters from the UK to Singapore. It is understood that Dyson’s Singapore Technology Centre, based in the Singapore Science Park, a member of WAINOVA founding member the International Association of Science Parks and Areas of Innovation, will double in size.

Dyson CEO Jim Rowan claims that the move has nothing to do with Brexit or tax benefits, but instead a reflection that Dyson is a global brand. Much of Dyson’s recent investment has been concentrated in Asia and Singapore, with the company announcing earlier last year that they will be launching their first electric car plant in the citystate

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