GoDaddy’s global expansion adds 21 markets and 14 new languages
GoDaddy, the world’s largest technology provider dedicated to small businesses, is pleased to announce their international expansion is gaining traction and they have added 21 new markets and offering products and support in 14 new languages. Just two years ago, GoDaddy’s expansion plans were limited to North America (U.S. and Canada), and now GoDaddy is seeing growth in the recently added Latin American and European markets.
“GoDaddy is ‘turning the lights’ on for small businesses all across Europe,” said GoDaddy CEO Blake Irving, “In a single day, we turned on support for customers in 21 new markets. This release represents our continued commitment to support small businesses with a completely localized offering.”
This expansion is being lead by industry veteran, James Carroll, who has delivered international platforms at Yahoo and Microsoft. Carroll, who joined GoDaddy in March 2013, has a goal to bring solutions and market presence to customers in 60 markets and 30 languages; currently they are in 42 markets and serving 17 languages.
New countries served with this expansion include Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey and Ukraine. GoDaddy established its presence earlier in Europe with support for United Kingdom, Ireland and Spain.
Newly supported languages include French, Dutch, German, Italian, Russian, Turkish, Polish, Swedish, Portuguese, Norwegian, Danish, Finnish, Ukrainian and Greek.
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