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Christian Kalled is an entrepreneur and widely known as the former Chief Negotiator at Sedo[1]

His job responsibilities at Sedo included high-value transactions in the United States and Canada; and he specialized in the acquisition and divestment of super-premium assets. He joined the company in 2004 as its US subsidiary was being formed in Massachusetts. There he launched and developed the company's North American brokerage group while completing a Bachelor of Arts at Boston University.

After graduating with summa cum laude in 2005, Christian became Director of Brokerage for Sedo North America in 2005 and tripled the division's deal flow during his tenure.[2] He has been actively involved in some of Sedo's prominent business transactions including Annuity.com, Blue.com, Bike.com, Wifi.com, Nasty.com, Pizza.com, Fly.com, and most notably, Vodka.com, which sold to luxury vodka-producer Russian Standard for $3,000,000 in 2006.[3]

Career History

Assistant to the Department Chairman, at Boston University College of Communication, 2000-2001.

Program Assistant, Boston University Office of Orientation, 2002.

Domain Broker, Sedo, 2004.

Senior Domain Broker, Sedo, 2004-2005.

Director of Brokerage, Sedo, 2005-2007.

Chief Negotiator, Sedo, 2007-2009.

Volunteer, St. Stephen & the Incarnation, 2008.

Volunteer Site Manager, Greater DC Cares, 2008.

He left Sedo to start an independent entrepreneurship in 2009. [4]