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UKTI helps start-up 51Degrees build relationships with business decision-makers

UK Trade & Investment (UKTI) helped fast-growing mobile Internet start-up, 51Degrees, broaden its horizons. Expanding from its roots in technical innovation, the company is now building relationships with business decision-makers in a growing number of countries around the world.

51Degrees serves a need that's increasingly urgent in a world where the internet has gone mobile: it allows sites to detect the type of device being used to access online content, and tailors web pages specifically for that device, cutting out extra data transmission and processing chores.

To find out more read the case study below.


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UKTI 51Degrees Trade and Export Case Study (pdf)

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