How many countries do we have customers in?

Posted 11 Dec 2019

I was talking to my father-in-law earlier today & he asked me how many countries we have customers in, who have bought Bible Cartoons. I had to admit that I hadn’t counted them, even though I keep a record of who has bought what & from where. So I decided to have a count up…

The answer is we have had sales from customers in 33 different countries, from all around the world. Here’s the country list:

Australia, Brazil, Canada, China (Hong Kong), Finland, France, Germany, Indonesia, Israel, Japan, Kenya, Latvia, Malaysia, Malta, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Rep’ of Ireland, Rep’ of Singapore, Rep’ of Cyprus, S. Africa, S. Korea, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, Thailand, Togo – Africa, UK (England, N. Ireland, Scotland, Wales), United Arab Emirates, USA.

We have had sales from all the states of Australia (except the Northern territory) and New Zealand.So well done you guys down under!

North America (USA & Canada) have lots of sales in them, which is wonderful. More from Canada would be good though!

Brazil is the only S. American representative country of the 12 that make up the continent. So we need a lot more sales there in order to be better represented on the map!

There are 14 European countries where we’ve had sales, out of the 44 European countries in total. That includes the UK (England, Wales, Scotland & Northern Ireland)… though how long the UK will be part of Europe is anybody’s guess!

Africa only has 3 countries where we’ve had sales, out of the 44 – more sales needed there too!

Asia has 9 countries where we’ve had sales, out of the 44 that are found there. When I include the Middle East (2 countries – Israel & the United Arab Emirates), the figure increases to 11 where we’ve had sales, out of the 17 countries that make it up.

Looking at sales from a continental stand point…
There are seven continents: Africa, Antarctica, Asia, Australia, Europe, North America and South America. And the only one we haven’t had sales in is Antarctica! Who knows, maybe some day we’ll get one from there too – wouldn’t that be grand?!


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