He and his team are trying to create the ultimate connected kitchen gadgets, from smart coffee makers to FridgeCams.
At the age of 19, Christian Lane became the youngest person to ever pitch for investment on British TV’s Dragons’ Den, on which he won an investment from Dragon Theo Paphitis.
Back then, Lane was pitching a foldable stationary product called Foldio, but nowadays he’s the CEO of a company building products to make the kitchen smarter and more connected.
Lane’s company, Smarter, launched their first product — a WiFi-enabled kettle — back in 2013, and their latest product is a retrofit FridgeCam that lets you remotely check what’s in your fridge via mobile phone.
How did Lane build a startup in the connected kitchen? That’s what he’ll tell us at Smart Kitchen Summit Europe on June 12th at the Guinness Storehouse. You can buy your tickets here.
See you in Dublin.
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