Back home in Austin after 39 days, 7 countries/territories, 13 flights, 7 hotels, 2 rental cars, countless meetings, Ubers and taxis—and 1 carry on for the whole shootin’ match
As at any domain name conference, one of the best benefits of attending is the opportunity to network! There was no shortage of opportunities to do so in Beijing.
So what sort of strategies do domain investors apply when forecasting the domain market in China or otherwise?
My long-term favorable view on IDNs and in general being long on investment in this area remains.
Daniel runs Xinnet’s domain business unit. Xinnet, in business 23 years, is among the 20 domain name registrars by volume in the world, and one of the largest in China. They claim over 16,000 channel partners and more than 1 million enterprise/SMB customers.
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.
It seemed appropriate to talk to the guy heading the company that spent about $20 million acquiring domain names last year…
Tea and a long proper chat about the domain name investing climate with China’s ‘Domain Captain’, Mr. Peibi Wang 王培陛, CEO of YMQ.cn, at his Beijing office.
Formulate discussion between the groups on how to improve the domain name registration process for registrants and businesses, as well as discussion of other operational issues between registries and registrars.
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