Afnic Supports Customers Backing New gTLD Projects

Afnic, the company behind .FR extension, invited on September 23,2014 all of its business customers,brand managers and registries involved in new gTLDs for a special “Corp. Day”.


You can read the announcement after the jump :

“As a provider of technical services and solutions for registries, Afnic has backed 17 projects for new top-level domains (TLD) with ICANN, including .aquarelle for the same-name company and the .sncf TLD for the French Railway Board

The day provided an opportunity for Afnic to provide community support by sharing useful information on the day-to-day management of each project and presenting initial feedback from the national and international projects.

Several Afnic departments combined their efforts to make the day a success, including IT, marketing, communications and sales staff.

The morning was devoted to a series of presentations by Afnic representatives (progress report on the deployment of registry clients and on project milestones, registries/ICANN relations, presentation of the infrastructure set up by Afnic, etc.).

The afternoon was devoted to a series of client presentations. Aquarelle and Frogans shared feedback on the .aquarelle and .frogans TLDs, while Guillaume Pahud gave a talk in his capacity as a member of the Brand Registry Group, an organization representing several backers of international projects.”

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