It Takes a Village for 10KWEB to Enter Hungary
Blog Building Team Goes Live in Urom
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) March 27, 2013
Internet start-up, 10KWEB, is pleased to announce its latest team has gone live in the village of Urom in the country of Hungary. This is the first team in Hungary and second in Eastern Europe following the team in Prague, Czech Republic.
Urom is located in the county of Pest in central Hungary. Its total population is just over seven thousand residents. It was founded by discharged Roman soldiers and later populated by Germans. Its main industry is quarrying and processing of stone. In fact, the name “Urom” derives from a word meaning “grind.” The Reneszansz Company deals with building and stone carving and the Flingston Quarry are known all over the country. In addition, the Forro Ltd produces and renovates period furniture and furnishings. Urom also profits from the Tourism trade with visitors coming from all over for the scenery, period architecture and view the ruins of nearby Antilla Castle.
10KWEB Co-Founder, Anthony Martins, sees the Urom team as yet another example of progress, saying, “The town has its history and traditions. But you need more than history and tradition to succeed in the twenty-first century. The Urom team understands this and 10KWEB will be there to help them find their niche in the Digital Age.”
10KWEB was created January 2012 by Anthony Martins and Thomas Bang as an online resource for aspiring blog writers and small business owners. Their website launched on March 5th, 2012 and is currently used in the United States, Mexico, Great Britain, Germany, China, Morocco, Trinidad, Italy and New Zealand with more markets in development.
If you would like more information about 10KWEB or to schedule an interview with the founders Anthony Martins or Thomas Bang, please contact press(at)10kweb(dot)com
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