Today The Next Web announces the launch of a network of International blogs focused on local start ups, technology, news, internet culture and the future of the web. Under the "The Next Web" brand, we are delighted to announce the first 8 international blogs or "hubs" all in their native language, including; France, Russia, South Korea, The Netherlands, Argentina, Turkey, Romania and Germany.
These are the first 8 hubs to launch as part of our new and ambitious effort to provide International and local Internet News and Culture to every country in the world in local languages.
Alongside the launch of these country specific blogs "hubs", we are also delighted to present The Next Web Continents, beginning with The Next Web Asia and The Next Web Europe. Both of whom are devoted to startups, news and internet culture in their respective regions. These Continents focused blogs are written in English and contribute regularly to the TheNextWeb.com blog.
The Next Web is actively welcoming bloggers who want to start a local The Next Web blog for their country or who want to contribute to an existing local blog. Inquiries can be send to [email protected] Please include an example post, some background information and add the country you want to blog for in the subject.
- http://thenextweb.com/fr - France
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We are super excited with this new development. The world is too big for just one blog to write about everything and there are so many local initiatives that are innovative, exiting and bloggable that having lots of local blogs just makes sense.Boris Veldhuijzen van Zanten, co-founder TheNextWeb.com
I can't begin to tell you how passionate and proud I am to be part of this new stage of growth. We hope this move provides a connection for web geeks across the globe to feel part of the wider web communityZee M. Kane, Editor in Chief