Sedo, announced today that is has entered into a strategic partnership with Intellectual Property Management (IPM) Company, a highly recognized provider of domain management services to corporations.
“”””The partnership is designed to help businesses manage existing domain portfolios with IPM, while acquiring the domains they need to meet their business goals through Sedo’s industry leading marketplace and brokerage services.
“Sedo’s partnership with IPM, combined with our industry-first Rights Protection Program and consistent involvement with the international trademark community, demonstrate our commitment to protecting brand owners,” said Jeremiah Johnston, chief operating officer and general counsel of Sedo. “Moreover, 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. “
“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. “Due to our partners’ economies of scale, we are able to offer the lowest cost per domain of any corporate domain name management company with the added advantage of knowing a dedicated account executive is only a phone call away. The benefit of having Sedo’s deep expertise in the aftermarket enables us to deliver significant cost savings to our customers as they expand their domain portfolios.””””
We often talk about non-domainers needing a domain consultant type company who has knowledge and an understanding of domaning issues.
This maybe the first of many of these type of arrangements coming in over the next months and years.