Webinterpret raise €5 million investment

By Dan Wilson May 2, 2014 - 5:27 pm


WebInterpret, which has partnered with eBay in it’s international growth programme! has raised an additional €5 million in capital from its existing investors Seventure and CM-CIC Capital.

Patrick Smarzynski, co-founder and MD said “WebInterpret is committed to its mission of making international ecommerce easy and affordable to all. We would like to thank the 3000 sellers who trust WebInterpret everyday to help them grow their international sales.”

Patrick went on to say “With these additional funds we are investing heavily in Research and Development in order to provide innovative solutions to our customers and partners. For our customers, this means better product quality at a more affordable price. For our partners, which include marketplaces and third party tools, it means the release of new web services to integrate our localisation technology directly into their platforms. With these developments we will make the Cross Border Trade journey even more enjoyable for all.”

Webinterpret currently employ around 100 people based in the UK, France, Poland and the USA.

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