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'''Paul Stahura''' is the President and COO, and a member of the board of directors of Demand Media, Inc.  [[Demand Media]] is the parent company of [[eNom]], Inc.  After the Demand Media acquisition Paul remains the CEO of [[ENom]], an [[ICANN]] accredited registrar and leading provider of domain name registration, hosting and other online services. eNom is a member of the [[Registrars Constituency]], and Paul is a member of the [[ICANN]] [[Whois Task Force]].  Paul was elected to serve on the ICANN Nomination Committee by the Registrars Constituency in November 2006.
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Paul comes from an engineering and business background, with Bachelor of Science and Master of Science degrees in electrical engineering from Purdue University, and has over twenty years experience in the software development industry, with the most recent ten of those years spent in the Internet and [[DNS]] space.<ref>[http://investing.businessweek.com/research/stocks/private/person.asp?personId=24434803&privcapId=32367862&previousCapId=32367862&previousTitle=eNom,%20Inc. investing.businessweek.com]</ref>
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==Progress==
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In 1997, with one small computer on an [[ISDN]] line, Paul launched eNom, Inc. out of his garage in Redmond, Washington.  Now, seven short years later, Paul and his team have taken eNom from start-up to the largest and most active domain distribution reseller network in the domain industry, with over 8.5 million domain names on the eNom platform.  Recognized as the second largest domain name registrar in the world, eNom has also won various industry awards; for example, as the best registrar for resellers from [[Name Intelligence]] five years running. 
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Prior to eNom, Paul was a Principal in a company that performed consulting services for Fortune-500 clients with enterprise-wide development, database, and complex system architecture and PM needs.  Paul and his partners sold the 60-employee company in 2000.
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==Personality==
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Paul, known for his creative technical ideas, business collaborations and friendly approachable nature, continues to set the technological and business directions for eNom while residing in the beautiful Pacific Northwest with his wife and three children.
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==Presentations==
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* [[LongTail Domain Proposal]] Presented in Morocco 2006
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==References==
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Revision as of 16:26, 3 February 2011

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Email: paul.stahura [at] enom.com
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Paul Stahura is the President and COO, and a member of the board of directors of Demand Media, Inc. Demand Media is the parent company of eNom, Inc. After the Demand Media acquisition Paul remains the CEO of ENom, an ICANN accredited registrar and leading provider of domain name registration, hosting and other online services. eNom is a member of the Registrars Constituency, and Paul is a member of the ICANN Whois Task Force. Paul was elected to serve on the ICANN Nomination Committee by the Registrars Constituency in November 2006.

Paul comes from an engineering and business background, with Bachelor of Science and Master of Science degrees in electrical engineering from Purdue University, and has over twenty years experience in the software development industry, with the most recent ten of those years spent in the Internet and DNS space.[1]

Progress

In 1997, with one small computer on an ISDN line, Paul launched eNom, Inc. out of his garage in Redmond, Washington. Now, seven short years later, Paul and his team have taken eNom from start-up to the largest and most active domain distribution reseller network in the domain industry, with over 8.5 million domain names on the eNom platform. Recognized as the second largest domain name registrar in the world, eNom has also won various industry awards; for example, as the best registrar for resellers from Name Intelligence five years running.

Prior to eNom, Paul was a Principal in a company that performed consulting services for Fortune-500 clients with enterprise-wide development, database, and complex system architecture and PM needs. Paul and his partners sold the 60-employee company in 2000.

Personality

Paul, known for his creative technical ideas, business collaborations and friendly approachable nature, continues to set the technological and business directions for eNom while residing in the beautiful Pacific Northwest with his wife and three children.

Presentations

References