Massachusetts-based mobile apps specialist reaching out to young Florida engineers

Mobiquity looks to expand to more than triple employees to 600 in 3 years

Mobiquity, a Wellesley, Mass.-based professional services firm that specializes in enterprise mobile apps, is eyeing engineering talent at the University of Florida as it expands into Gainesville with plans to hire 260 people in the area over the next few years. 

Mobiquity expects its office to be located in Innovation Square, the live/work/play research community being developed on Southwest Second Avenue between the UF campus and downtown Gainesville.

Mobility currently employes 160 people and expects to be at 600 within 3 years, according to a Boston Business Journal report.

The company's customers include Putnam Investments, Alex and Ani, and The New York Post.

We named Mobquity one of our 9 hot technology startups last year.

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