Sam Eisenberg on the Art of Pitch Deck Design

Today, our guest is Sam Eisenberg, a seasoned entrepreneur and startup advisor who has been involved in various ventures over the years. His career and interests focus on three general trends: politics, social impact, entrepreneurship, and operations.

100+ Companies that Nailed their Rebranding Efforts by Securing Matching .com Domains

In this table, we have compiled a list of businesses that successfully rebranded to better names and secured the matching .com domain names for them.

Sextant Stays Rebrands to Roami, Reflecting Impressive Growth and Commitment to Human-Centred Hospitality

Sextant Stays, a human-centred hospitality company, has recently undergone a rebrand and changed its name to Roami. This change coincides with the announcement of a $14 million Series A funding round led by Vigo Capital, bringing the brand’s total funding to $29 million. According to the company, the rebrand is more than just a name […]

February 2023 Funded Startups and Their Domain Name Choices

Out of 530 companies analysed, the overwhelming majority of 361 chose to invest in the .com extension, indicating its continued dominance as the most popular and trusted domain name choice for businesses.

January 2023 Funded Startups and Their Domain Name Choices

.com extension is the preferred choice among the companies on our list, with 373 out of 525 securing a .com domain name for their online presence. Customers worldwide naturally tend to trust .com as it has been dominating the internet for decades.

Deep Tech Companies and Their Domain Name Choices

Deep technology, also known as deep tech, refers to startups that rely on cutting-edge innovation in engineering or scientific advancements to drive their business model. This can include technologies such as artificial intelligence, robotics, quantum computing, and blockchain. These technologies are different from “shallow tech” as they are not focused on end-user services.

World Archives Transforms Into a Next-Generation Family History Platform and Rebrands as Storied

Formerly known as World Archives, the industry-leading archive of historical newspapers is now known as Storied, the next generation of family history.

Defending the Digital Frontier: An Exploration of Domain Name Choices in the Military Tech Industry

Securing a .com domain name is the preferred choice for businesses looking to establish their online presence, with 87 out of 100 companies on our list choosing this extension. The .com domain is widely regarded as the most credible and respected choice and can assist businesses in building trust and credibility with their target audience.

Plus-Size Fashion Brands and Their Domain Name Choices

The majority of the companies on the list, 48 out of 52, operate on a .com domain name. Only four companies have chosen to operate on an alternative to the .com extension. The .com is the gold standard for reliability and highlights the brand’s credibility. It is the largest top-level domain with over 130 million .com names registered, making it the natural choice of internet users.

Kyte Acquires to establish itself as a leader in the transportation space

Kyte is a technology and operations company that is revolutionizing the mobility market with its innovative on-demand car rental service. The company’s mission is to “unlock the freedom to go places” by delivering cars to customers’ doors for all trips longer than rideshare. Through its intentional approach, Kyte is working towards a more sustainable future while also saving customers time and money.

AR/VR Companies and Their Domain Name Choices

Securing a .com domain name is the preferred choice for companies looking to establish their online presence, with 240 out of 300 businesses on our list choosing this extension. Widely regarded as the most recognizable and trusted domain, .com can help businesses stand out online and build trust with potential customers. 

December 2022 Funded Startups and Their Domain Name Choices

Even though startups saw a decline in investment compared to the previous year, venture firms were able to raise significant sums of funding in 2022. According to James Ephrati of Lightspeed Venture Partners, there is up to $1.3 trillion in “dry powder” available globally for private equity and $580 billion for venture capital. 

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