A lawyer, shirt company and calendar program bought new domain names.
Sedo sold 582 domain names for a total of $1.3 million last week. Here are 15 domain names that were sold to end users. You can see more end user sales lists here.
TeamShirt.com $23,000 – Shirt seller Spreadshirt. They recently paid $89,000 for the plural version TeamShirts.com.
LaptopScreen.co.uk $13,600 – Laptop Screen International Inc in Vancouver.
Blue-Group.co.uk 840 GBP – Blue Machinery Spares Ltd in Cheshire, UK.
Get-Wise.com $1,795 – a CSC client.
YearoftheBrain.com $1,995 – Lundbeck, a company supporting this initiative.
Peel.in $3,500 – Peel.com owner Peel Technologies.
AroraGroup.com $5,000 – The Arora Group, Inc., a healthcare staffing company that has been using AroraGroup.biz.
Clios.com $4,000 – CLIO Awards, which are annual awards for advertising.
Geneba.com $7,000 – Geneba Properties in Amsterdam.
DarlingIngredients.com $1,014 – Darling International, Inc., a diversified products company focused on sustainability.
CounselPro.com $1,500 – Document drafting company WealthCounsel, LLC.
PartyHunters.com $2,000 – “Nightlife community” Party Hunter, which uses the singular version PartyHunter.com.
Jorte.com $2,400 – Calendar service Jorte, which is hosted at Jorte.co.jp.
BenchmarkApartments.com $5,000 – Benchmark Management Corporation, an apartment manager.
TexasBankruptcy.com $2,500 – Michigan bankruptcy law firm Moran Law.