Originally Posted by TallBloke
I wonder what the market/competition is like for .za or maybe .nz?
.co.nz is still quite an immature market at the moment (we've got just over 250 in our wider portfolio) but although it's a much smaller market than Australia, there's no reason why New Zealand can't start to appreciate just like the rapid ramp-up happening in .com.au names at the moment (though of course the relative sizes of the 2 markets will dictate comparatively lower prices in .co.nz)
After all, NZ businesses need to be online just as much as their counterparts in other countries, and a strong generic name never goes amiss, especially in the hotly contested tourism market where it takes something pretty special to stand out...
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