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August 15, 2012

Dishwasher Innovation sparked by low sales in Developed Markets

Manufactures of dishwashers are welcoming new innovation, mainly due to lower than expected sales in developed markets over the past year. Ian Bell, head of home care research at Euromonitor, explains how events such as the Electrolux Design Lab help spur new inventions in the dishwashing sector. The event encourages students to submit designs for new household appliances. Bell explains that tomorrow's dishwashers may be smaller, standalone, or even recycle their own water.

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