The Winding Path from Chartered Accounting to Domain Investing with Vikunth Navani.

Over the last four to five years, India has not only become the fastest-growing country in the world, with an expected growth to reach an estimated population of 1.68 billion by 2050, but it’s an amazing land of opportunity and growth for domain investing.

The more and more I search the globe for interesting stories to share about the buying, selling, developing, and investing of domain names, the more I discover the flourishing success of India-based domain investors.

I’m quite impressed by the varying degrees of both emerging and sustained success domain investors based in India are finding despite an industry strongly influenced by Western mindsets and behaviors.

Nonetheless, overcoming timezone obstacles, language barriers, technology and internet challenges in some cases, and cost of entry, to name a few, a growing community of domain investors in India are carving a much-needed new path into what is truly becoming a global industry inclusive of all, no matter where one might find themselves in the pecking order of life.

The Winding Path from Chartered Accounting to Domain Investing with Vikunth NavaniToday’s guest, Vikunth Navani, is no exception as an India-based domain investor who started his domain buying and selling journey in 2016 and now sells an amazing 10-15 or more domains per month.

Tune in as Vikunth, and I discuss the many stops along the winding path from chartered accounting to full-time domain investing success after only 6 months in the industry. Vikunth graciously pulls back the veil about how to successfully and profitably buy and sell hand-registered domain names, diving deep into the details of recent domain sales and negotiation tactics.

Hit play, and journey along with us. Enjoy!


Written by Alvin Brown
He's an experienced and passionate serial entrepreneur, founder and publisher of Kickstart Commerce. Alvin possesses a great love for startups dominating their market using profitable digital strategies for greater commerce.