London UK App Development Agency Business Excellence Award Announced

London, UK app development agency Glance Creative has been recognized as the 2018 App Development Firm of the Year at the Corporate Insider Business Excellence Awards. The agency's core services encompass app design & development alongside the development of overall mobile strategy and marketing solutions.

London, United Kingdom - July 11, 2018 /PressCable/ —

London, UK app development agency Glance Creative announced that it has won the Corporate Insider Business Excellence Awards for 2018. The agency was recognized as “App Development Firm of the Year.”

More information about Glance Creative is available at https://thisisglance.com

The annual business excellence awards recognize individuals and businesses that demonstrate world-class expertise and business achievements that have an extraordinary impact on their respective industry sectors.

Instituted by international news portal Corporate Insider, the awards showcase businesses across multiple industry and services sectors including banking, finance, hospitality, construction, technology, law, tourism, skill development, and human resource management.

Glance Creative has been recognized for innovation and outstanding contribution to mobile app development and marketing. The agency has developed and marketed 56 apps for some of the world’s leading startups, government agencies, news & media outlets, and global Fortune 500 corporations. The firm has built multi-platform apps for a marquee list of clients including The Times, Canon, Chanel, Lucozade, Universal Music Group, and the British Academy of Film and Television Arts.

The London Android & iOS app development agency helps brands create immersive on-device customer experiences delivered through engaging content and organic marketing. The firm has11 top ten apps to its credit. These, among other products, have received significant earned media coverage through professional media outlets and social media channels.

Glance Creative offers comprehensive mobile strategy development services backed by agile enterprise-level apps for Apple and Android handheld and wearable devices. The agency also offers back-end web services, web applications, virtual reality, and augmented reality app solutions.

According to a spokesperson for Glance Creative, “International recognition as a premier app developer at the Corporate Insider Business Excellence Awards for 2018 is a testament to our ability to build and deploy apps that elevate a user’s brand experience.”

Headquartered at the Cannon Wharf Business Centre in London, Glance Creative is a worldwide mobile app studio focusing on scalable, forward-thinking app development, deployment, and marketing. The firm is also the recipient of several prestigious awards including consecutive ACQ Global Awards in 2017 and 2018, as well as the 2016 Tech Innovator Award. More information is available over the phone at 203-811-0484 and at the URL above.

Contact Info:
Name: Simon Lee
Email: enquiries@thisisglance.com
Organization: Glance Creative Ltd
Address: Unit 302, Cannon Wharf Business Centre Pell Street, London SE8 5EN, United Kingdom

For more information, please visit http://thisisglance.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 375577

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