You have one week to prove it, so enter ME's Top 50 Mobile Innovators now!

Are you the UK’s finest mobile gaming firm?

The fourth annual ME Top 50 Mobile Innovators project is currently in the hide and seek stage of the campaign as the Mobile Entertainment team searches for the country’s finest talent.

So, if your company is working in the business of mobile apps and games and has something impressive to shout about, now is the time to let us know.

That means whether you’re market is development, publishing, solutions, payments and advertising, you’re all welcome.

Entry is free, and all we need is up to 350 words sent to by 5pm on Monday, August 4th, detailing why you deserve to be named on a list of previous winners, which includes the likes of Shazam.

The only requirements are that the business was founded in the UK, and that it is privately-owned and not public – simples.

The Top 50 is running in partnership with global law firm Dentons and business adviser Grant Thornton, whose office we’ll celebrate at on Wednesday, October 1st with a drinks reception.

If you’d like to be a fellow supporter of the event, please email

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