Innovation Can be Anywhere

Dyson, the company famed for a very expensive vacuum cleaner, has a new product called the Dyson Airblade. They aim to revolutionize the hand-dryer market. It’s hard to believe there’s room for innovation in a market like that, isn’t it? And yet, they’ve done it. I recently used one of their dryers in a public bathroom at a convention center in Dublin. It works, and we all know that’s unusual for a forced-air hand-dryer. This thing is proof, if needed, that there’s always room to innovate, no matter how well-established the market.