GoDaddy doubles international presence, entering 21 new markets

GoDaddy doubles international presence, entering 21 new markets

Summary: After a successful expansion in Latin America, the small-business hosting and cloud services provider is extending broadly into European countries.

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One of the biggest hosting and cloud services providers for small businesses, GoDaddy, is expanding substantially into Europe with the addition of 21 new markets. 

After establishing products earlier in Ireland, Spain, and the United Kingdom, the company is adding Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece Italy, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, and the Ukraine.

GoDaddy began its massive international ramp-up two years ago; it has been focusing on Latin America. 

It is thinking local, too. With this latest expansion, GoDaddy now offers products and support in 42 markets and 17 languages. The newly supported languages include French, Dutch, German, Italian, Russian, Turkish, Polish, Swedish, Portuguese, Norwegian, Danish, Finnish, Ukrainian, and Greek.

GoDaddy's goal is to bring services to customers in 60 markets and 30 languages.

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  • Muslim Turkey is not Europe and never will be

    Good luck to them, but I need to point out that Muslim Turkey is not an European country, they are part of the Middle East.
    malcarada
    • I'm as sad about Byzantium as the next guy..

      but that is incorrect. Part of Turkey is in Europe. Its even a member of NATO
      alienjazzcat
  • Competition?

    I wonder how GoDaddy will fare against the present Big Boys in Europe, one of which being German-based Host Europe...

    BTW, strictly, some of Turkey is in Europe and most of it is in Asia (Minor)...the boundary runs through the middle of Istanbul and is known as the Bosphorus... :-)
    DAS01