Fab, the online design marketplace, has expanded in 13 new European countries, the company’s co-founder and CEO Jason Goldberg announced on his blog recently. In addition to the US, Germany and Austria where it already existed, that brings the company’s total country count to 16.
The new European additions include UK, France, Ireland, Spain, Netherlands, Belgium, Finland, Romania, Slovenia, Slovakia, Luxembourg, the Czech Republic and Estonia.
Plus, Sweden, Poland and Cyprus could be added by next week, Goldberg indicated.
“We will be making strategic investments in the coming weeks to spread Fab even further across Europe, in more languages and with even more local products,” Goldberg blogged.
These countries will be directed to the Fab.de domain, not the US based extension, though efforts will be made to unite both sites under the Fab.com domain in the coming months, Goldberg indicated.
Last April, customers in Fab.de made 17,400 design purchases, an increase of 7,000 since February. The company sees 100,000 orders per month from the US.
The company has 4 million members internationally, 50 percent of which are the direct result of social sharing. The company sells € 50,000 worth of merchandise in Europe, plus $300,000 in the US, per day.