Bloomberg dedicates a half hour to telling the Directi story.
Bloomberg UTV has dedicated an entire 30 minute segment to profiling domain name company Directi and its founder Divyank Turakhia.
The segment features Turakhia and how he started Directi in his teens. The company went on to build some recognizable brands in the domain space, from registrar accreditation consulting company Logic Boxes to domain parking business Skenzo, not to mention one of the ten biggest domain name registrars in the world.
Directi now employees about 600 people, and Turakhia shares one of his biggest challenges scaling the business: people. That’s why his company (and he personally) spends so much time on human resources.
The video gives an inside look at Directi and Turakhia, including the many toys he plays with when he’s not sitting in front of his computer.
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Pretty cool! Thanks for sharing Andrew.
Daniel Dryzek says
Thx for sharing 🙂 Looking forward to see Divyank’s new venture: media.net
Michael Castello says
I like Divyank and his team. They make the longs trips from India to be at the conferences and are humble while engaged. Nice Bloomberg piece. These stories sooner then later will reach a national and global audience.