15 end user domain name sales from Sedo
An organic food company, bowling alley, and baby photo site bought domain names via Sedo last week.
Sedo sold $1.4M worth of domain names last week. Here are fifteen domain name sales to end users.
BabyVote Limited, which holds baby picture contests at BabyVote.co.uk, bought BabyVote.com for $2,550.
Secretary Plus Management Support in Brussels bought AssistantPlus.com for $2,095.
A company called ThunderCloud UK bought ThunderCloud.co.uk for 1,550 GBP.
Conservatoire de Musique de Genève bought its acronym, CMG.ch, for 1,950 EUR.
FitnessFightClub PVT.LTD in Bangalore bought FitnessFightClub.com for $2,195. The company already uses the FitnessFightClub.in domain name.
Technology consulting firm Robyn Technologies, Inc. bought TechnologyExpert.com for $2,495 and TechnologyExperts.com for $3,250.
Flooring and ceiling company Armstrong bought LuxuryHardwood.com for $2,000.
CentralNic bought Mex.com for 29,111 EUR.
NY International Shipping bought NYMoving.com for $4,200.
Tasty Vapor, which sells flavored liquids for e-cigarettes, bought TastyVapors.com for $750.
Different Choice FBC Inc., which owns forex broker site DCFXBroker.com, bought DCFX.com for 2,000 EUR.
Guardian Energy Tech, which sells a do-it-yourself spray foam insulation kit, bought SprayFoamKit.com for $2,195.
Natures Path organic food company bought KnowGMO.com (Genetically modified organism) for $5,000.
Ten Pin Alley and Spikes, a bowling and volleyball concept in Ohio, bought TenPinAlley.com for $975. It uses the longer domain TenPinAlleyandSpikes.com. This was a smart buy.