Dyson bosses have assured their employees they will still invest in their Wiltshire campuses.
Following James Dyson's announcement that he will move his company's headquarters to Singapore, the company was quick to play down job fears.
The engineering company say only two jobs, from it's executive team, will be moving from Wiltshire to the Far East.
Despite claiming an "increasing majority of Dyson's customers" and "all of manufacturing operations are now in Asia", they said the plans would not change "any of our investment and recruitment plans".
Adding the move of Dyson's corporate head office to Singapore simply reflected the increasing importance of Asia to Dyson's business.
Last year Dyson Automotive opened the 750acre, £200m, Hullavington Technology Campus on the site of former Ministry of Defence land.
- James Gray MP for North Wiltshire, which covers Dyson's Wiltshire campuses said he is not worried about the announcement.