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