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Weighing up the internet of things

Drop chief executive Ben Harris wants his company to be the ‘recipe operating system for the kitchen’

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

27th September, 2015
Ben Harris, chief executive, Drop Picture: Feargal Ward

Dublin-based kitchen technology start-up Drop is set to treble its workforce in the next year with a permanent presence in San Francisco before the end of 2015.

At present Drop has 14 staff, with only three of these based in the United States working at a hot desk facility. Drop’s new office in San Francisco will have 20 staff by autumn of 2016, with staff in Dublin increasing to 20 as well by the same stage.

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