TheAppLabb CEO Honoured With the 2016 Transformation Award in Innovation
TORONTO, June 2 – TheAppLabb CEO Kundan Joshi has been named the recipient of the prestigious 2016 Transformation Award in Innovation, presented by Diversity Magazine.
Joshi declared, “At TheAppLabb, we play the role of innovation enablers. Our mission is to keep finding innovative solutions to real life problems and keep scaling those solutions for the greater good. We are fortunate to do that on a daily basis by building cutting edge software products for our wonderful clients and and for the startups that we invest in.”
As founder and CEO of TheAppLabb, Joshi has expertly guided his team of technology evangelists through the creation of over 450 apps for clients ranging from enterprise giants including Unilever, Samsung, Dell and Rogers, to innovative startups. In addition, Joshi is the founder of 15 other tech companies including StartupLabb, an accelerator for high-potential technology startups. Joshi holds a degree in software engineering from the University of Western Ontario and is also a motivational speaker, respected community leader, youth mentor, passionate startup advisor, and advocate for immigrants.
The Transformation Awards Gala will take place on Saturday, June 4 at the Royal York Hotel in downtown Toronto. The evening will feature a red carpet reception, dinner & multicultural entertainment, high profile presenters and inspiring recipients.
Diversity Magazine’s Transformation Awards shine a spotlight on leadership, excellence and innovation through cross-cultural celebration. They aim to inspire, transform, empower, showcase, celebrate and integrate various elements of heritage for a more perfect Canadian mosaic. They present twelve awards in various categories each year to distinguished recipients from diverse backgrounds.
With this award, Joshi joins the likes of Dr. Mamdouh Shoukri, President of York University; Lincoln Alexander, former Lieutenant Governor of Ontario; football legend Michael “Pinball” Clemons and many others. Other recipients of the 2016 Transformation Awards include Donovan Bailey, track & field legend; Anthony Wilson-Smith, President & CEO of Historica Canada; Nav Bhatia, Toronto Raptors Superfan; Saäd Rafi, CEO of the 2015 Pan Am Games; and award-winning singer & actor Jackie Richardson, to name a few.
TheAppLabb is a dynamic global tech company that has built over 450 mobile apps for clients like Unilever, Samsung, Dell, HBC and TIFF, among others. They are a leader in product innovation, passionate about harnessing the power of technology to make peoples’ lives better. Headquartered in Toronto and with offices in New York, Hong Kong, Australia, Malaysia and India, TheAppLabb works with global brands, agencies and tech start-ups and contributes to their success by understanding their unique needs and creating business value through innovative solutions with a comprehensive 360-degree product development process that includes ideation, research, app strategy, design, development, maintenance and customer acquisition. You can find out more at http://www.TheAppLabb.com.