TNW: With 3,000 SMBs using its e-commerce platform already, SEOshop lands $1.5m to conquer Europe

As small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) increasingly look for ways to start selling their wares on the Web and on smartphones, tablets and other mobile devices, the opportunity for online store building platforms to capitalize on the trend is clear.

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Enter Dutch startup SEOshop, which is today announcing the closing of a $1.5 million financing round that should help it become one of the leaders in Europe.

The capital, provided by HENQ, is meant to help SEOshop expand beyond the 3,000 customers it has already signed up to use its SaaS e-commerce platform.

Albert Geertjes, a former Hewlett-Packard exec, will be joining the company’s board of directors alongside HENQ CEO Coen van Duiven in connection to the funding round.

Read the article on thenextweb.com >>

Also read about it in The Wall Street Journal >>

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