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Henri Asseily is the Chief Strategist and CTO at Telnic Ltd.<ref>[http://uk.linkedin.com/pub/henri-asseily/0/138/920 linkedin.com]</ref> Telnic owns the Top Level Domain .tel which is primarily aimed at communications.
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'''Henri Asseily''' is the Chief Strategist and CTO at [[TelNic]] Ltd,<ref>[http://uk.linkedin.com/pub/henri-asseily/0/138/920 linkedin.com]</ref> which manages the Top Level Domain [[.tel]].<ref>[http://itc.conversationsnetwork.org/shows/detail4424.html# Conversationsnetwork.org]</ref>
  
Prior to his job at Telnic, he along with Farhad Mohit launched a company named Binary Compass Enterprises. In 1999, the company changed it's name to BizRate.com. In 2004, Bizrate.com launched a website named Shopzilla.com which was acquired by The E. W. Scripps Company for $525 million in 2005 <ref>[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shopzilla wikipedia.org]</ref>.
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Mr. Asseily has attended the [[ICANN]] Mexico <ref>[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pFdS20qVxWU Youtube.com]</ref> and [[ICANN]] Paris conferences.<ref>[http://par.icann.org/attendees/ ICANN.org]</ref>
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==Background==
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Previously, Henri, along with [[Farhad Mohit]], launched Binary Compass Enterprises. In 1999, the company changed it's name to BizRate.com. In 2004, Bizrate.com launched Shopzilla.com which was acquired by The E. W. Scripps Company for $525 million in 2005.<ref>[http://www.nytimes.com/2005/06/07/technology/07iht-shopzilla.html NYTimes]</ref>
  
Prior to founding Shopzilla, Henri Asseily has had pursued very varied careers. He has founded and managed a real estate development fund in the Middle East, he worked as a robotics engineer for Novafloor SA in France and as a field supervising engineer for Krupp Polysius AG in Germany <ref>[http://2009.whartoneconference.com/speakers.php whartoneconference.com]</ref>.
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Prior to founding Shopzilla, Henri Asseily pursued varied careers. He founded and managed a real estate development fund in the Middle East, he worked as a robotics engineer for Novafloor SA in France, and as a field supervising engineer for Krupp Polysius AG in Germany.<ref>[http://2009.whartoneconference.com/speakers.php Whartoneconference.com]</ref>
  
Henri Asseily has degree in MBA from the University of Pennsylvania - The Wharton School.
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Henri Asseily has a MBA from the University of Pennsylvania - The Wharton School.
  
 
==References==
 
==References==

Latest revision as of 20:51, 8 May 2015

HenriAsseilyPortrait.jpg
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Affiliation: TelNic
Country: UK
Email: henri [at] asseily.com
Website:

link=henri.tel   [henri.tel henri.tel]

LinkedIn: link=henri-asseily   [henri-asseily Henri Asseily]
Twitter: TwitterIcon.png   @rikkles


Henri Asseily is the Chief Strategist and CTO at TelNic Ltd,[1] which manages the Top Level Domain .tel.[2]

Mr. Asseily has attended the ICANN Mexico [3] and ICANN Paris conferences.[4]

Background

Previously, Henri, along with Farhad Mohit, launched Binary Compass Enterprises. In 1999, the company changed it's name to BizRate.com. In 2004, Bizrate.com launched Shopzilla.com which was acquired by The E. W. Scripps Company for $525 million in 2005.[5]

Prior to founding Shopzilla, Henri Asseily pursued varied careers. He founded and managed a real estate development fund in the Middle East, he worked as a robotics engineer for Novafloor SA in France, and as a field supervising engineer for Krupp Polysius AG in Germany.[6]

Henri Asseily has a MBA from the University of Pennsylvania - The Wharton School.

References