WordPress hosting made in Europe

A small design agency in Münster, Westphalia. Torben and Johannes are tired of good WordPress hosting only coming from the USA. They want secure and simple WordPress hosting from Germany. That was the spark – and how Raidboxes was born.

At Raidboxes, our daily mission is to give you the freedom to manage your WordPress projects. Whether you run an agency, are a freelancer, manage a corporate website or online shop, we make sure you can concentrate on the most important thing – your business.

Thanks to our own agency experience, we know exactly what you need to save time with WordPress management, develop more productively and lead your business to success. Do you have any questions about our WordPress hosting or certain features? We're here for you every day from 8:00 to 22:00 (CET) via live chat, even on Sundays and public holidays!

With concepts like holocracy, flexible working hours and home office, every team member has the freedom to be creative and make their own decisions.
We're passionate about what we do, always question the status quo and love to move forward together. We strive to stay at the top.
It doesn't matter whether you're a working student or a lead, sales figures, financial plans and salaries are visible to the whole team. We always communicate openly and honestly, even in difficult situations.
Our goal is to make WordPress hosting even easier for our customers. As few clicks as possible, as self-explanatory as possible – and of course lightning fast and secure!
We're experimental and creative. We hold our own against the giants of the international hosting world by breaking conventions and trying new things.
We always treat our fellow human beings in a friendly, respectful and understanding manner. Internal team conflicts are discussed straight away at Raidboxes so we can resolve tensions and move on.
Not only our WordPress hosting is planet positive. We also focus on sustainability in our offices and are working towards ECG and B-Corp certification for Raidboxes.