Lengow attracts investment and has big plans

By Dan Wilson September 3, 2015 - 2:33 am

Lengow has secured €10m in Series B funding from European investors this week. The company anticipates that it will double its workforce by the end of 2016 and continue to grow thanks to the investment.

Lengow’s offering helps retailers and manufacturers develop their global sales. To date Lengow has helped more than 3500 customers in 45 countries sell more online, they say.

Lengow will release a new version of its service later in the autumn. The new solution will allow merchants to manage their marketing campaigns and connect, and automatically centralise, their ecommerce tools within one single ecommerce platform.

Mickael Froger, co-founder and CEO of Lengow, said: “Today it is quick and easy to create an online shop. However, being visible and efficient is more complicated. Lengow has one aim: to make online selling simple. In our ever-changing industry, the only way for retailers to stay ahead is by working internationally and working smarter. We are empowering people, businesses and brands to sell, connect and succeed across the world like never before.”

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