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#RBTE2018 Video Interview: Daniel Bobroff, founder Coded Futures

Watch Essential Retail's editor, Caroline Baldwin, interview former investment director of Asos Ventures, and founder of Coded Futures, Daniel Bobroff, where he chats about fashion technology.
Recorded May 31 2018 9 mins
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