Mobile Rocket has already experienced rapid growth over the last several years, having built and deployed more than 450 mobile apps.
The expansion project created has 8 new jobs in the business. The firm has already appointed eight new members of staff this year in design, marketing, and customer service, but is now looking to fill a number of mobile app and web developer roles.
As well as increasing the overall headcount, Mobile Rocket is continuing to build upon its capacity to service a more complex and diverse range of clients, not only across the North East of England, but the UK.
Mobile Rocket’s aim is to provide mobile apps to the UK business market. They specialise in
mobile app development for a range of clients and sectors across the UK, with a core focus on solving real business problems. Having secured their footing as a market leader in a number of core sectors, they are now looking to branch out with their new mobile app product designed for the SME market.
Adam Lee, Managing Director, said: “Our platform gives businesses the tools of a mobile app and website to better engage with their customers. Easy to use, affordable, and with no contract.”
The business has been supported by a £61,500 grant from regional growth fund programme Lets Grow Fund.
Andrew Frost, Lets Grow project adviser at BE Group said: “We’re delighted to be supporting Mobile Rocket in achieving its growth plans. The company is another great example of an independent North East tech firm developing its own innovative products and services”.
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