With customers in 50 countries spread across 11 global data centers, Kinsta is already the largest managed WordPress hosting firm headquartered in Europe. With seemingly unstoppable momentum, it has now set its sights firmly on North America. || With an expansion into the U.S. market and the hiring of former Pagely executive Sean O’Brien, managed WordPress hosting provider Kinsta is certainly laying down a marker for the competition to make note of. With customers in 50 countries spread across 11 global data centers, Kinsta is already the largest managed WordPress hosting firm headquartered in Europe. With seemingly unstoppable momentum, it has now set its sights firmly on North America. Growth certainly isn’t an issue for Kinsta – it is already serving four billion HTTP requests per month, is regularly a top performer in Kevin Ohashi’s tests at Review Signal, and holds the number one ranking for support on the popular HostingReviews.io site. With a seven figure revenue projected for 2016, the only question now is how big Kinsta can become. Formed in London in late 2013, Kinsta set its stall out from the offset – focusing on the premium segment of the managed WordPress hosting market.

With customers in 50 countries spread across 11 global data centers, Kinsta is already the largest managed WordPress hosting firm headquartered in Europe. With seemingly unstoppable momentum, it has now set its sights firmly on North America. || With an expansion into the U.S. market and the hiring of former Pagely executive Sean O’Brien, managed WordPress hosting provider Kinsta is certainly laying down a marker for the competition to make note of. With customers in 50 countries spread across 11 global data centers, Kinsta is already the largest managed WordPress hosting firm headquartered in Europe. With seemingly unstoppable momentum, it has now set its sights firmly on North America. Growth certainly isn’t an issue for Kinsta – it is already serving four billion HTTP requests per month, is regularly a top performer in Kevin Ohashi’s tests at Review Signal, and holds the number one ranking for support on the popular HostingReviews.io site. With a seven figure revenue projected for 2016, the only question now is how big Kinsta can become. Formed in London in late 2013, Kinsta set its stall out from the offset – focusing on the premium segment of the managed WordPress hosting market.
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