January 15, 2018

Domain registry Radix appoints Sandeep Ramchandani as the new global CEO

The appointment comes after Ramchandani’s track record as a dynamic leader

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Indian domain registry Radix has announced the appointment of Sandeep Ramchandani as its new global CEO. Radix, the Directi owned registry, which possesses Top Level Domains like .online, .store, .site, .fun and .tech, boasts of over 3 million domains under its management.

Directi say that they were looking to fill the most coveted designation at their SBU Radix with an experienced leader which they found within their organization. Explaining the appointment, Bhavin Turakhia, CEO, Directi Group, said:

We are pleased to elevate Sandeep to the position of CEO at Radix. With close to 15 years of experience, and having played key roles across our registrar, service provider and registry businesses, Sandeep has consistently built talented teams, delivered results and demonstrated exceptional leadership. Despite intense competition among new TLDs, he has evolved Radix into a profitable and fast-growing business, with over $12 mn in top-line revenue. We remain extremely bullish about the registry space and are looking for avenues to re-invest our profits.

According to Ramchandani, Radix is now in a phase where it needs to build brand awareness within their customer segment along with growth strategies. Elaborating his plan in detail, Ramchandani said:

Just as the first few years of Radix were about demonstrating proof of concept, the next few will be about growing awareness and delivering accelerated growth. We are also actively looking to acquire more TLD assets to reach newer segments of the market while leveraging economies of scale. My mandate is to grow Radix into one of the largest global players, and given the team and resources at my disposal, I feel confident of being able to achieve that goal.

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