At Den we're reinventing and replacing the existing standard of light switches and plug sockets.
Light switches and plug sockets have been around for over 100 years, since then technology has improved at a rapid rate, yet our switches haven't taken advantage of modern day technology and are extremely dated. Although we have seen a whole range of expensive and complicated switches and home automation systems, none of these have actually reinvented/replaced the standard switches, but have instead created a fancy/luxury alternative.
At Den our focus is not to create just another luxury alternative, but to totally reinvent and replace the existing standard of light switches and plug sockets. We aim for our switches to be installed in all new builds around the world.

London, GB
Size (employees)
21 (est)
Den was founded in 2013 and is headquartered in London, GB
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Den Office Locations

Den has an office in London
London, GB (HQ)
59 The Old Truman Brewery 91 Brick Ln
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Den Financials and Metrics

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Total Funding

$2.3 m

Latest funding size

$790.43 k

Time since last funding

3 years ago


Den's latest funding round in June 2015 was reported to be $790.4 k. In total, Den has raised $2.3 m
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Den News and Updates

Virgin Media Business launches Voom Pitch 2018

The latest iteration of Virgin Media’s take on Dragon’s Den launched today, claiming to be the UK & Ireland’s biggest pitching competition.

What Donors Want – Episode #4: Nick Jenkins of Dragons’ Den

The fourth episode of What Donors Want is out featuring philanthropist, Nick Jenkins, founder of Moonpig and former Dragons’ Den judge. For those who haven’t listened yet, What Donors Want is a podcast by I.G. Advisors, which offers a fresh, dynamic (and slightly irreverent) view into major gifts fu…

Dragons' Den star's bust firm owed almost £2m to employees and advisers

The corporate finance firm of former Dragons' Den star Julie Meyer, which was put into administration at the end of last year, owes almost £2m to unpaid employees and advisers, City A.M. can reveal. Ariadne Capital, which was founded and owned by TV personality Julie Meyer, owes £530,692 to 14 cu…

Wealth manager Full Circle falls into administration after court loss

Wealth manager Full Circle Asset Management has slipped into administration, after losing a court battle with a client who was seeking £1.8m in damages. Administrators were appointed at Kent-based Full Circle at the end of December, just weeks after a High Court judge ruled the firm must pay form…

I'm out: Dragon's Den star rolls investment firm into administration

Ariadne Capital, the venture capital firm of former Dragon's Den star Julie Meyer, has been rolled into administration. The UK business rescue and recovery firm Leonard Curtis was appointed as administrator by Meyer herself, who is the majority shareholder and a secured creditor to Ariadne Capita…

Oceania results

Congratulations to the following new APC candidates, Fellows and Associates in the Oceania region.
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