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New mobile app from a London-based company dancing up a storm.

London, United Kingdom – July 7, 2014 /MarketersMedia/ –

A new mobile app from London-based company EOSOS Elite has been dancing up a storm in the global social scene since its launch earlier this year. The exciting new Elite Clubs app received substantial global downloads in its first three months, with figures only expected to grow as lively cities such as London, New York and Paris enter the midst of their peak social seasons.

With the original Beta version now updated, tech savvy socialites can enjoy an enhanced user experience as well as additions to its already impressive list of features.

The global public response has confirmed the gap in the market for a mobile application that provides an interactive platform for the hottest nightlife scenes around the globe. With modern day society now demanding information at their fingertips, the app offers a range of tools, features and functions to ensure that users from all corners of the world can indulge in effortless nights of fun and excitement.

Toni Horn, co-developer of the Elite Clubs app says “We are overwhelmed by the success that the app has experienced since its launch in early February. We knew the concept would be popular and the response from both users and investors has confirmed that there is a global public demand for a dynamic nightlife directory that can be used from the convenience of an iPhone, iPad or Android device. We are incredibly excited to launch the newest version and continue to help global city goers make the most of their nights out.”

In light of its success, EOSOS Elite has received an influx of interest from forward thinking investors wanting a slice of the Elite Clubs action. The app has secured a six-figure sum in seed funding from three private investors, further proof of the app’s sky high potential.

Over the coming months, EOSOS Elite will continue to improve the app even further, taking into account the feedback, suggestions and needs of its global user base. With new developments continually underway, the future of Elite Clubs is looking exceptionally bright.

Currently encompassing 64 countries, 137 cities, 348 clubs and a legion of Elite Clubs users across the globe, the new app is set to emerge as a must have download on the smartphones of holidaymakers, business travellers and local residents alike.
To find out more about Elite Clubs visit: http://eososelite.co.uk/

Developed by German born post-graduate students, Toni Horn and Julian Marquardt-Baladurage, Elite Clubs is a ground-breaking new app offering users an interactive directory of nightlife from around the world. Since its launch in February 2014, the app has received a hugely positive response and has already won itself substantial sums in private investor seed funding.

See the below video to learn more about Elite Clubs:

For more information about us, please visit http://eososelite.co.uk/

Contact Info:
Name: Julian Marquardt-Baladurage
Email: mark@pandaseo.co.uk
Organization: EOSOS Elite

Video URL: http://youtu.be/4TkQSNUg21Q

Source: http://marketersmedia.com/elite-clubs-app-enjoys-global-launch-success/53498

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