Serps Invaders earn WEConnect International women-owned business certification

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After a thorough certification process, Serps Invaders have now successfully gained the official WEConnect International women-owned business certification status in February 2015.
WEConnect International is a corporate-led non-profit that helps build sustainable communities and economic growth by empowering women business owners to succeed in global markets – they’re trying to connect up more majority owned women’s businesses (those that are at least 51% owned, managed and controlled by one or more women) into the corporate supply chain. WEConnect International corporate members represent $700 billion in annual purchasing power and are true pioneers in inclusive sourcing and global supplier development.
Felicitas Betzl, Managing Director and partner, comments:

“2015 is a key year of growth for Serps Invaders. As we are in the process of opening our 3rd office in Spain, working with institutions like WEConnect International in Europe will help us deepen relationships with more internationally operating companies that have a need for our multilingual digital marketing services.”

Offering a niche digital marketing service covering 35 languages, Serps Invaders have experienced incredible growth over the past 4 years and have a proven track record working with large corporates from day one.
Maggie Berry, WEConnect International Executive Director for Europe, comments:

“We’re delighted that Serps Invaders are now a certified women-owned business with WEConnect International. Their expertise in multi-lingual, cross-channel digital marketing sits perfectly within our global network of multinational corporate members and our women-owned businesses who operating in over 60 different countries around the world.”

Felicitas Betzl, Founder and Managing Director of Serps Invaders and her team have been supporting the digital marketing strategy of Women’s Enterprise Scotland on a pro bono basis since 2012. Felicitas is looking forward to taking on a new and exciting role in the promotion of women’s enterprise in the coming months’ and has also been an active career and business mentor for women, not only in Scotland but all around the world.
Felicitas Betzl adds:

“Female entrepreneurs tend to be more risk and debt averse in comparison to their male counterparts. It’s great that WEConnect International have made it their purpose to become the interface between corporates and small women-owned businesses and to facilitate building and deepening relationships for both parties.”

Serps Invaders organic growth over the past four years has been mainly through referrals from satisfied clients and have attracted clients from all over the world with their digital marketing blog and outstanding design portfolio. Being WEConnect International certified will bring enable the connection to further global corporate members. To date Serps Invaders are already working with many internationally operating companies and big brand names like the professional sports network, Network90, which is co-founded by Luis Figo, former FIFA World Player of the Year.
About Serps Invaders
Serps Invaders are a full-service international digital agency with offices in Edinburgh, Scotland and Gibraltar, specialising in cross-channel multilingual digital marketing strategies. Serps offer online marketing services in 35 languages, which makes us one of the top multilingual SEO and digital marketing partners for our client base. The company now also offers full digital design & build services with the expansion of their team to include award winning Creative Director Ruaridh Currie who has provided creative solutions for world famous brands such as Channel 4 & Tottenham Hotspur in the last few years.
Serps stands for Search Engine Results Pages.
For further information, please contact Felicitas Betzl (Managing Director)
felicitas@ | +44 (0)131 208 3669
Twitter: @Serps_Invaders

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