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This week, I had the great pleasure of welcoming William Quiviger to the Mozilla team in Europe.

William will be based in our Paris hub. I’m happy to say as part of the marketing team, he’ll be giving more focus to community marketing, plus fostering and enabling participation in Europe. He’s an interesting character, being born French, but growing up mostly in the US and traveling extensively. Amongst a passion for British Comedy and Fish (yes, with a capital) – he has a great talent for bringing people together and helping them make things happen.

You can follow Williams blog and Tweets here:

You’ll be hearing alot more from William soon.

Welcome William – we are excited to see what great things you will bring to Mozilla.

Late last week and early this, we’ve seen Comscore release some interesting figures about Mozilla’s growth in 3 major EU locales.

According to Comscore’s press releases for Feb 2008 –

In the UK, Germany and France – Mozilla was the company who has gained the most ground of all sites in Feb – quite incredible growth.

It will be interesting to see the next Xiti report examining Firefox market share figures for Europe -Q1 figures should soon be out.


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