Dyson rival calls for agency help to represent his invention

The inventor of a "room-sanitising hand-dryer" to rival Dyson is looking for an agency to represent his company.

Stephen Levy said his 'Sterillo' invention will rival Dyson
Stephen Levy said his 'Sterillo' invention will rival Dyson
Sterillo inventor Stephen Levy told PRWeek he was looking for an agency that had experience in the "electronics, facilities management and design sectors" and that had the capability to target national media. 

Sterillo is designed for washrooms and, in addition to drying hands, also removes bacteria, viruses and mould from the air and surfaces, as well as neutralising odours, according to Levy.

The company has not used an agency before.

Levy said Marks and Spencer and the Dorchester Hotel were both currently running trials of his invention.

His father, David Levy, is believed to have invented one the early burglar alarm systems, Granley Alarms, which was eventually sold to Securicor in the 1970s.

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