Internet solutions integrator euro909.com said
Monday it has registered 3,080 top-level domains in more
than 100 global, generic and country categories for a single
euro909.com has carried out the $1 million project in order
to protect the copyright interests of its client worldwide.
euro909.com would not disclose the client’s identity. However,
it also mentions that the client is a “Scandinavian-based
The latest euro909.com project highlights the fact that
there is money to be made in the domain registration
business by performing legitimate services. Less scrupulous
operators have tried poaching corporate names and selling
them back to the companies concerned.
Aldo Petersen, president and chief executive officer
for euro909.com, said the new order pushed up the number
of domains his company has registered for corporate clients
to more than 60,000.
“This corporate milestone reinforces our strategy of becoming
a leading domain registration consultant for Europe’s
business community,” said Petersen.
Petersen went on to say that euro909.com had strengthened its
legal department and was reaping the benefits of having
euro909.com works on a very broad front in the European Internet
industry, equipping small to medium-sized companies with
Internet capabilities and e-commerce solutions, while at the
same time running consumer sites, a search engine, online
magazines and retail shops.
euro909.com maintains offices in Denmark, France, Norway,
Sweden, and the U.K.