Advanced English for Business Nominated for the Mobby and Tabby Awards

Trophy, star, silver, blue backgroundWe’re very excited to announce that our English-learning app for business, Rosetta Stone® Advanced English for Business, has been nominated for multiple Mobby and Tabby Awards! The Mobby and Tabby Awards recognize the best smartphone and tablet apps for business, productivity and enterprise.

Advanced English for Business is nominated for the Mobby in the category of Enterprise Solutions and the Tabby in both the Enterprise and Vertical Markets and Education, Training and HR categories.

The Mobby and Tabby Awards received over 150 app submissions this year across the categories. The winners of the awards will be announced later this fall. The panel of judges include executives from companies all over the world, including the US, Canada, Europe and Asia.

To see the list of nominees in all the categories, visit the Tabby Awards /Business site.

You can also check out the Tabby Awards on LinkedIn, Facebook, or Twitter, and tweet @TheTabbyAwards using the hashtag #TabbyAwards.

The Tabby Awards are the premier awards for mobile and tablet apps for business. Previous winners have included blue chip companies such as Adobe, Autodesk, Box, Citi, Citrix, GE, PepsiCo, Phillips and SAP.

Advanced English for Business is the leading e-learning solution for businesses and individuals seeking to improve their English language skills for workplace settings. The system features personalized learning paths that reflect the goals of the learner and the business. It also works on business-specific tasks such as writing emails and giving presentations. The iPhone, iPad, and Android apps provide the same functionality as the web-based product.

We’re very excited that a product which has made a big difference in the competitive advantage of dozens of multinational companies is receiving the recognition of such a prestigious award as the Tabbys.

We encourage you to follow along as the judging process is completed and the winners are announced later this fall.

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