CentralNic expands into France with SafeBrands acquisition

CentralNic Group, the ever expanding London-based domain name and web services company, has announced its first foray into the French-speaking world with the acquisition of SafeBrands, a leading online brand protection software provider and corporate internet services provider.

SafeBrands, which targets the French-speaking markets of France and Canada and is based in France, was acquired by CentralNic, CentralNic announced on 9 January 2021. 

CentralNic Group Plc (LON:CNIC) provides registry services, distribution, and strategic consultancy for new TLDs, ccTLDs and SLDs.

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