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Old 28th September 2008, 03:33 PM
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Re: Japan- "greatest opportunity for growth in the domain market"

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Writer's Personal Profile:

Darshaun Nadeau is the founder and former CEO of Solis, a Japanese corporation focused on domain registration and related management services. Darshaun founded Solis in 2001 with a partner and grew the company to an efficient 10 employee team by the time it was acquired by a publicly traded Japanese corporation, GMO Internet, Inc. in July of 2005.

Darshaun came to Japan in 1998 to finish his last year of college at Kyoto University of Foreign Studies. After finishing in 1999, Darshaun took his first job at an internet based recruiting-advertisement start-up in Tokyo where he worked for 7 months. After leaving the recruiting firm he founded his own job-information portal in 2000, later to sell his ownership stake in the latter half 2000.

Darshaun has received internet, print and television media coverage.
Darshaun established contracts for Solis in over 30 countries, at which times he received press release media coverage locally in more than 10 local languages.

http://www.ea-tokyo.com/seminars/spe...haunNadeau.php
Perhaps he tried to establish himself as a Japanese Registrar that was not able to overcome JPRS in establishing any traction or foothold. Anyone know who is in the bidding with ICANN for the rights to idn.idn in Japan? Maybe this guy has some insight; did you notice if he has a blog?
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