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  • The internet of things comes to the high street
  • The internet of things comes to the high street
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The internet of things comes to the high street

Founded in 2014, The Dandy Lab is a retail start-up in the heart of London enhancing the high street with digital technology. Filled with as much smart tech as there is clothing, The Dandy Lab recognises the potentially huge impact of the Internet of Things on the consumer-facing side of retail.

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