The DigitogyEurope website continues to impress with is multipleEuropean language websites with the option for English-language too. Using the firm’s existing product line and European influence, Digitogy is now opening multiple websites to offer its gadgets and software products as well as customary review services across the globe, and it is the European enterprise that happens to be one of the most exciting!
Chief marketing operator Dale Winsor said of the move to continue expanding with new languages across Europe – “In Europe, most citizens speak English. Our original English language website saw a lot of traffic that resulted in membership sign-ups, and newsletter sign-ups, while our blog also recorded citizens from Europe as the second-highest number of visitors. The number of sales from Europe is also fluctuating from month to month as the regionbrings the most sales. As such, we are proud to offer our services in the region via a dedicated website for European citizens where we hope to continue growing in popularity”.
Most of Europe is currently regulated by the EU and uses Euros as the main currency. The countriesare on the wholeeconomically stable and prices for Digitogy products are right on par with the amount most citizens would spend on items such as gadgets and online security.
The county is also technologically advanced and Amsterdam, as well as Rotterdam, are known for their excellent workforce, huge demand for IT, and excellent supply chain channels. Firstly, people in the country see the need for Digitogy gadgets which is evident by the number of sales coming from this region. On top of this, the country has a high demand for IT security software. Digitogy can provide both gadgets as well as internet privacy and security solutions.
Some of the most popular products from the Digitogy product line include Xtra-PC USB devices which allow users to boot up their PC or laptop using Linux as the operating system of choice. Its Photo Stick product also became hugely popular across European markets giving people the ability to lift photos from their devices effortlessly. Other gadgets added to the product range that are now popular globally include Bondic glue and a state-of-the-art gadget that relieves back pain.
Sales operations manager Sarah Longmead added to the firm’s press release – “We continue to add new products, new languages, and new websites to our overall operations while we also have excellent supply-chain partnerships across the globe”. As with any successful business, the secret to expansion and becoming a global brand is supply chain operations while also providing customers with a domestic website.