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Sedo Announces Strategic Partnership with Intellectual Property Management

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    sedo Sedo Staff

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    The partnership is designed to help businesses manage existing domain portfolios with IPM, while acquiring the domains they need through Sedo’s marketplace and brokerage services.

    “By partnering with a company that appreciates the value of providing corporate-caliber customer support, this collaboration serves as yet another opportunity for Sedo to provide value-driven businesses with generic and descriptive domains from a sizeable secondary market that numbers more than 15 million,” said Jeremiah Johnston, chief operating officer and general counsel of Sedo.

    “This joint venture with Sedo enables us to build upon our tremendous success in providing organizations with unrivalled knowledge, experience and protection within the intellectual property management field,” said Albert Simpson, chief executive officer of IPM.

    To learn more about IPM, please visit: INtellectual Property Management Company - Home.

    Kind regards,

    Joanna
     
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    bb99 Well-Known Member

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    With a foot in both camps (ie helping IP protection on one side and fuelling domainers on the other), surely you must catch your balls on the fence every now and again??

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    Does this mean Sedo will be ditching plenty of domainers names ?
    I know they already try to stop trademark names being parked but isn't that only if the owners of the trademark ask Sedo not to allow it ?
     
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