TLD Registry Opens China Headquarters

tldregistryTLD Registry, operator of 2 new gTLD IDNs in Chinese, .在线 (Chinese Online) and, .中文网 (Chinese Website) announced that it opened its new China headquarters in Beijing’s Zhongguancun, also known as “China’s Silicon Valley”.

The opening ceremony was attended by the Embassy of Finland‘s Minister Commercial, Mr Mikko Puustinen, the Service Delivery Center of the State Council Office for Public Sector Reform‘s Counsellor Mr Yu Yang, and the China Network Information Center‘s Deputy Director for Registrar Administration and International Business, Ms Chen Ting.

Speeches by Mr Yu, Ms Chen, Mr Puustinen, TLD Registry CEO Arto Isokoski and TLD Registry new China General Manager Mr Jin Wang followed.

TLD Registry also announced the appointment of the company’s first ever China General Manager, Mr Jin Wang.

“Our eight month search for the perfect China GM has been resolved with the best possible outcome,” said Arto Isokoski, CEO of TLD Registry. “Jin Wang’s proficiency in both international business and technology is a perfect fit for further elevating our successful business in China.”

“We are completely confident that Jin’s extensive experience will translate into accomplishing the goals we have set for our world-leading Chinese top-level domains, Dot Chinese Online and Dot Chinese Website,” Isokoski said.

Wang will be overseeing and managing all business operations for China, including registrar, media, government, and all other stakeholder relations.

“The TLD Registry team has demonstrated a fundamentally excellent business plan and has the deep bench of talent to execute it,” Wang said, “I am thrilled to get started.”


About Konstantinos Zournas

I studied Computer Engineering and Computer Science in London, UK and I am now living in Athens, Greece. I went online in 1995, started coding in 1996 and began buying domain names and creating websites in 2000. I started the blog in 2012.

One comment

  1. thats a good news for them … congrats … and thnx for the info.

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