Backing Britain: GHD boss pledges £325m investment in UK

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By Ben Lucas The boss of hair accessory maker GHD has said the company plans to invest more than £325m in the UK over the next five years. Speaking to the Mail on Sunday, CEO Jeroen Temmeran, committed to doubling down on its R&D investment, all of which is spent in Britain, saying he felt “extremely positive and impressed” by the UK tech sector. “Now is the time to invest in engineering and in-depth capabilities in technology in the UK,” he said. GHD, short for Good Hair Day, was founded in Leeds in 2001, is best known for its hair dryers and straighteners. It has become a brand of global ren…

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