Sedo has big sales week for large end user buyers.
This week’s end user report for Sedo sales it full of big name companies. In addition to those in the headline, you’ll see purchased by Philips, Genentech, Intel, and Fujifilm Australia.
Chocolate seller 5th Avenue Chocolatiere bought ChocolateWorks.com for $19,000.
Analytics company Blue Yonder bought Blue-Yonder.co.uk for 3,000 GBP. The non-hyphenated version belongs to Virgin Media.
Geotraccking company GeoTrack went global from GeoTrack.nl to GeoTrack.com for $5,000.
Charter jet provider Hangar 8 Management Limited bought MyJet.co.uk for 1,471 GBP.
Philips, which owns the coffee maker brand Saeco, bought saeco.co.uk for $1,000.
Hallmark bought SpiritFlix.com for $15,000. The company has a series of short films called SpiritClips, which may be related.
Genentech returned to the aftermarket to buy iMedConnect.com for $2,195.
Nasser Bin Abdullah and Sons Group, a conglomerate that includes a food and beverage division, bought JustBurger.com for $5,000.
Sapient, a $1.8 billion (market cap) company, bought Drop.us for $1,999
Mobile notary service Express Notary Services, Inc. bought ExpressNotary.com for $999. It had been using ExpNotary.com.
Forex company TF Trading Ltd. (aka Turbo Forex) bought FXwm.com for $995 EUR.
Swarovski Crystal bought Cadenzza.com for $8,000. It appears to be to protect its new jewelry store brand Cadenza.
Someone who works at NBC Universal bought MorningJoe.com, the name of a show on MSNBC, for $3,000. It’s registered to the individual rather than the company.
Speaking of domains registered to an individual that might be on behalf of a company, an Intel employee is the registrant of another 5g domain, 5g.org, which cost $7,500.
Non-profit energy architecture group The Energy Coalition bought TheEnergyNetwork.com for $795.
Fujifilm Australia paid 1,800 EUR for Transpix.com, the name of its mobile image transfer app.
The Chronicle of Higher Education paid $1,000 for GrovesofAcademe.com, which appears to be from a title frequently used in the publication.
The real estate agent who owns RedHotProperty.co.uk bought RedHotProperty.com for $800 GBP.