The thriving Stockton firm has propelled into the education sector having teamed up with Dr Craig Small, an educational psychologist and Craig Wilkie, a teacher, both based in Nottingham.
The dynamic team, who hold aspirations of extending their network on a national scale, are aiming to introduce apps to schools, as a key part of the learning process.
Mobile Rockit announced its expansion into this new sector at the National Association of School Business Management conference in Nottingham, which helps school business managers meet the new demands of academy status.
Dr Craig Small, said: “This is a fantastic opportunity for us to help schools develop a fun and engaging system that will positively improve children’s educational experiences and present further opportunities for growth.
“MobileRockit’s team has been of great support and their wealth of experience has been invaluable. We’re excited for the future of the firm and the part we’re playing.”
After a successful first year in trading, and an increase in demand for its services, the firm has added Linzi Wilkinson to its sales team and will be confirming another team member shortly.
Adam Lee, who owns Mobile Rockit along with his business partner Sam Whisker, said: “It’s extremely exciting to be expanding outside of our native North East and into the wider UK markets.”
Mobile Rockit has been incredibly popular among businesses, including The North East Chamber of Commerce and it is hoped that that the Nottingham deal will be the start of many outside of the region.
The innovative firm was founded by web design consultancy Koodoo Creative and specialises in mobile app design and development.
For more information on Mobile Rockit, visit: www.mobilerock.it/