Security, performance, and reliability company, Cloudflare announced that Paris will be the home of the company’s fourth office in Europe. The company also announced that Paris represents a growing Cloudflare team and presence in Europe, following the company’s European headquarters in London, and offices in Munich, Germany, and Lisbon, Portugal.
78 cities in EMEA
The company’s Paris team will help the company grow brand awareness, support and acquire customers, and recruit new talent. Cloudflare also appoints Boris Lecoeur, a seasoned regional leader with more than two decades of industry experience, as the first Head of France. Including three cities in France, the company’s network spans 78 cities in the EMEA region. Cloudflare expanded its network into Paris only 8 months after launching the company in 2011. Matthew Prince, co-founder and CEO, Cloudflare, said,
“France is home to the seventh-largest national economy and Europe’s greatest concentration of Fortune Global 500 companies. This has always been an important region for us, and Paris is home to one of the first European data centers we turned on, nearly a decade ago. With a team based in Paris, we’re committed to this growing business landscape, being closer to our customers as well as expanding our business in the region.”
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