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The Beijing company that is building a “Great Wall of Domain Names” in China

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Shot this last month. The guys at EJEE were among the first that we engaged when embarking on the domain registrar and aftermarket signup phase in China several years back.  We’ve always appreciated their friendship and support.

Two things that I was not able to capture in the video:

  1. Their very cool white Tesla charging out in front of the office. I think I’d be afraid to own one in Beijing. The traffic situation is to manic in my view!  I’d be afraid to drive here myself in any car, let alone a shiny new Tesla!
  2. The camaraderie at their office.  On a number of visits I’ve noticed local domain investors I’ve gotten to know over the years just using this place as a meeting spot of sorts.  It’s a comfortable place to just hang out, drink tea, and talk shop.  In what is a very virtual business nothing replaces actual face-to-face contact. This applies in any country.

Even though I’ve got a professional microphone we encountered some sound level issues during the interview portion, but you can still understand.  Enjoy.

Author: pinkybrand

My blog is mainly about the domain name industry, where I’ve spent the better part of the last 21 years at the registry and registrar levels. During that time I co-founded two corporate domain name portfolio management start-ups and sold them both to public companies—one to a Fortune 500 company. These days I spend most of my time as a consultant working with cross-functional virtual teams in Europe, China and the USA.

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