Dyson opened its first Russian office in 1997, originally as a satellite location for basic sales and logistics. By 2010 it was trading across more than 30 Russian cities, from Kaliningrad to Vladivostok. And today, with relentless ambition and more than 250 people, Dyson Russia is a vibrant regional hub. It exports to Ukraine, Belarus and Kazakhstan, and oversees markets across many CEE countries.
Dyson’s engine room in Moscow occupies 620 square metres across three floors in the historic Bulgakov House – named after the great writer and progressive thinker Mikhail Afanasyevich Bulgakov. Steps from museums, theatres, restaurants and cafés, it’s a dynamic downtown environment buzzing with the capital’s cultural energy.
Dyson’s Muscovites are ambitious, progressively minded and multi–cultural – and very passionate about their machines. Working in small teams that are agile and efficient, the pace is fast, the work is stimulating and new ideas are encouraged.
In this friendly, open plan environment, support and career development opportunities are always just a conversation away. And whenever someone new joins, they are treated to an exciting journey into Dyson’s history, heritage, products and philosophy – making sure they instantly feel part of Dyson.