Uniregistry Job Openings: German Speaking Sales / Biz Dev Staff

uniregistry-logoUniregistry is looking to hire German speaking Business Development staff and Sales executives  to work out of its Manchester (UK) office. Uniregistry has operated  its office in Manchester for approximately one year, and the company currently has 20 employees working out of this office.

Dan Adamson, Sales Director at Uniregistry and GM of the UK office, told me that domain industry experience is not a requirement of these job openings the company is looking to fill, however, it could be helpful to applicants.

People interested in applying for these job opportunities should email their resume/CV and cover letters to manchester@uniregistry.com. Dan told me that compensation will be competitive with the industry. You’ll need to reach out directly to the UK team to get salary and benefits information – or if you have any questions about the positions.

With these hires, Uniregistry is looking to expand its team in the UK and grow its business in Germany. Uniregistry is based in Grand Cayman, and it has offices in California, China, Australia, and England. The company has a few other publicly listed job opportunities posted on its website.

Elliot Silver
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  1. I don’t see uniregistry growing much with its current antics of hiking gtlds up by 300 percent, why don’t you report on this kind of stuff.

    Have you just switched to a paid per crap post system?

    • A few points in response to your comment:

      I have no pay per action advertising whatsoever.

      Uniregistry hasn’t advertised here in 2+ years.

      Dan sent this to me yesterday morning before all the news broke but I was dealing with https issues and scheduled it for this morning instead.

      I have nothing to add to the news reported by Kevin and Andrew.

      The price increases won’t really impact me since I own fewer than 10 domain names in the new extensions.

  2. What’s wrong with you guys posting these negative comments? Elliot is doing a favour both Uniregistry and professionals looking to work for Uniregistry. What’s wrong with sharing this information with the industry?

    Thank you Elliot for what you are doing

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