Dublin-based Drop cooks up deal with electrical appliances giant LG
The deal with the electronics giant was announced at IFA, the major trade show for consumer technology in Berlin
The Dublin-based smart kitchen business Drop has secured a partnership with LG Electronics. The deal with the electronics giant was announced at IFA, the major trade show for consumer technology in Berlin.
“We’re extremely excited to announce this new partnership with LG Electronics, a leader in consumer electronics and home appliances, soon allowing home chefs around the world to use the Drop Recipes app to get the most out of their LG appliances,” said Ben...
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