It comes as no surprise that the Corridor is home to another establishment that is being recognized for its outstanding work.
Addison-based quality mobile application developer, Bottle Rocket, won the Innovation Catalyst award this week at the Blueprint Awards, presented by The Dallas Regional Chamber.
“We are proud to announce Bottle Rocket won the Innovation Catalyst award, which showcases the company or organization that strengthens our region’s capacity for innovation,” states Bottle Rocket’s website. “A big ‘thank you’ to our friends at the Town of Addison for their continued support of Bottle Rocket and our continued growth!”
According to The Dallas Regional Chamber, the Blueprint Awards commemorate “companies that have made a positive impact on the economy through job growth, location and expansion activities as well as those companies and organizations contributing to the vitality of the Dallas region.”
Bottle Rocket is certainly a remarkable company that’s making waves in the mobile business world. Bottle Rocket was named one of the nation’s fastest-growing private companies by Inc. magazine and recently announced its new partnership with “the world’s largest and most respected” group of advertising and marketing companies, WPP.
In the short five years since its launch, Bottle Rocket has come a long way. The company began building apps after Apple’s announcement of the “App Store” platform. Featuring quality mobile apps really helped the startup because its work “set the industry standard.” A year after entering the app building game, Bottle Rocket landed its first huge client—NPR. Other big names soon followed: Disney, ESPN, NBC, BMW and many more.
This year, the company became “more than an app developer” by adding a new service to its repertoire: providing mobile solutions to clients through video, gaming, publishing, server and e-commerce platforms.
With a dedicated team of “dreamers, thinkers, makers and doers,” we’re sure Bottle Rocket will continue to grow, win accolades and push the limits of technology and the mobile world—all from a Town we call home, Addison.