Inc-Domains: Millions of company names end with “Inc.” , now your website can too!

Koeln, 29.03.2019 (PresseBox) – The sunrise Period of the inc-Domain has started on March 27, 2019. Owners of trademarks, who had registered their trademark at the Trademark Clearinghouse, can start to register inc-Domains.
The new Top-Level Domain (TLD) .inc meets demand for an intuitive domain ending that quite literally “means business.”
Millions of company names end with “Inc.” Now your website can too!
The term “Inc.” is synonymous with business in nearly every part of the world. In fact, 60 percent of company names on the NYSE and NASDAQ end in “Inc.” Now any business, incorporated or not, can have a inc-Domain and gain instant credibility online.
Companies can use inc-Domains for anything business-related, from corporate sites to newsrooms, investor relations pages, employee portals and more. This domain ending also ranks globally in search engines and can be registered in the official languages of over 190 countries and territories.
Until now, domain scarcity forced businesses to compromise on web addresses or pay up to millions of dollars to private sellers for pre-owned domains. To prevent cybersquatting, the inc-Domain is available for a premium price accessible to businesses, rather than speculators. This allows businesses to save time and money by getting the inc-Domain they want, when they want it – the goal being to avoid private sellers and pre-owned domains entirely.
“.inc gives every business the opportunity to secure one of its most important assets – a premium web address,” said Shayan Rostam, chief strategic advisor to the Intercap TLD portfolio. “By pairing desirable .inc domains with a flat premium price and popular business services, .inc has positioned itself as the black card of the internet.”
Hans-Peter Oswald
http://www.domainregistry.de/inc-domain.html (English)
http://www.domainregistry.de/inc-domains.html (deutsch)

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