With a design like that you should target designers and other creative people in your copy(writing) and possibly even your hosting plans. If a small business owner comes across your site and compares it to — from the top of my head —*Site5 or One.com I think he will pick one of the latter because they have that typical hosting feel to it.
There is a market for it though. Designers need an affordable and feature-rich hosting provider, and having a fresh look like yours will definitely help you attract designers.
Designwise, there are some alignment issues, particularly the nav. The whitespace is a little limited here and there, and I have this annoying horizontal scrollbar. I don't really like how the flags run through in the feature image, looks a little awkwar.
Lastly, what I really miss and which I think you really should consider including is a comparison table. Preferably put it on the homepage. Or make a very clear button or indication so people can easily find it.
I do like the flags, just not how they continue inside the container. Personal taste I guess. Perhaps what I would have done was have the white body come out from below the flags and top blue section, using the blue section for the logo, nav etc.