Mobile passive behaviour tools, technologies and big data analytics company, RealityMine, was voted a winner at last week’s inaugural Trafford Business Awards, which were held on Thursday, 10 July at Lancashire County Cricket Ground.
RealityMine won the Innovation and Enterprise category of the awards, which have been launched to celebrate the achievements and successes of companies of all sizes based within the Trafford region. The business provides tools and technologies that allow organisations across a wide range of sectors to gain a fundamental understanding of real-time consumer behaviour, drivers and choices.
RealityMine was founded by mobile entrepreneur Garry Partington and research expert Rolfe Swinton in 2012 and the past 12 months have seen the business grow by an impressive 100% to now employ 50 people.
Commenting on the Trafford Business Awards win Partington said, “RealityMine employs the very latest innovative technologies to help customers understand how consumers are using digital devices, providing them with invaluable information to help with the formulation of future strategies and communications. We are delighted that our achievements across the two years since the company’s launch have been recognised with this fantastic award win.”
RealityMine was founded in April 2012 and has since expanded rapidly. Its services are now live in more than 22 countries around the world, spanning every continent except for Antarctica, and its technologies can support any language and all of the major operating systems. The company has headquarters in Manchester, as well as offices in New York and Los Angeles.