OC Register Asks: What Keeps Escrow.com CEO Brandon Abbey Up at Night?

The Orange County Register ran an article today asking local business owners what keeps them up at night. Many local business owners were asked, and Orange County-based Escrow.com CEO Brandon Abbey has something positive that is keeping him up – his company’s continued growth.

Buoyed at least partially by solid domain transactions, Escrow.com has experienced growth despite general malaise in the economy. Here’s what Brandon had to say about what keeps him up at night:

“Our business growth has been on a very good run the past three years,” said Brandon Abbey, president of Escrow.com, which protects online transactions. “With success comes added responsibility and expectations.”

While other local CEOs and business owners are worried about providing health care benefits to employees, the economy, downward sales trends, and other problems, it’s great to hear about Escrow.com’s solid growth in the face of a deteriorated economy. The company has built a trusted business, and it has become the partner to many of the most successful domain investors and companies.

Elliot Silver
Elliot Silver
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  1. It’s good to hear some businesses doing well despite the economic downturn. Not all companies have been hit hard by the sluggish economy; those in protected niche markets like Escrow have managed to thrive. The ones in the larger markets suffered more throughout the recession.

  2. I gotta give it to them, they’re always on point and answer the phone lickety split. I’m surprised I don’t see them with booths at more conferences but I guess they don’t need to since everyone has come to accept them as the industry standard. Also, it’s a beautiful revenue model, they don’t even get involved with the transfer of the name itself which to many is a negative but hey, the deals get done. Congrats to Escrow.com!

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