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'''Igor Kuehn''' works at [[InternetX]].<ref>[https://www.registration123.com/reports/saved.cfm?r=%24*%40H%23W0%20%20%0A registration123.com]</ref> After finishing his studies in international management and different stations abroad, he is now responsible for International Business Development and Sales at InternetX and is involved in solutions for registrars.  
 
'''Igor Kuehn''' works at [[InternetX]].<ref>[https://www.registration123.com/reports/saved.cfm?r=%24*%40H%23W0%20%20%0A registration123.com]</ref> After finishing his studies in international management and different stations abroad, he is now responsible for International Business Development and Sales at InternetX and is involved in solutions for registrars.  

Revision as of 12:01, 11 July 2017

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Region: Europe
Country: Germany
Userboxcards.png Featured in the ICANN 47 - Durban playing card deck

Igor Kuehn works at InternetX.[1] After finishing his studies in international management and different stations abroad, he is now responsible for International Business Development and Sales at InternetX and is involved in solutions for registrars.

Mr. Kuehn's ability to work in English, Russian and German combined with diverse multicultural experiences allows him to handle many international matters for InterNetX and to take care of key foreign accounts.

He enjoys meeting, communicating and working with people regardless of their background.[2]

Favorite Quote

“To effectively communicate, we must realize that we are all different in the way we perceive the world and use this understanding as a guide to our communication with others.” -Anthony Robbins

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