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Location: Sydney AU
Website: http://t.co/hE6mJ4lnL6


Netregistry began life in 1997 as a lounge room start-up in a Balmain apartment in suburban Western Sydney. Having grown from humble roots, we are very aware of the challenges that face all small and medium businesses. From those early days where a handful of staff worked from a virtual office, we have seen Netregistry grow into Australia’s largest provider of domain names and one of the most trusted web hosts for small business. Yet, the company has never lost its friendly, start-up style, focused on the fortunes of our small business customers. Netregistry has maintained a determination to provide the support, resources, advice and encouragement to other small businesses – because we started out in just the same way! That is why all Netregistry customers are hosted on the same advanced web hosting infrastructure designed for multi-million dollar websites, whether you are a multinational or a one-man-band. Netregistry now serves hundreds of thousands of Australian businesses. We register more domains than any other provider and our solid reputation led to the sole contract to supply government bodies with .gov.au domain names. In recent years, new services were developed to help customers achieve more. Search engine optimisation, web design packages, email marketing and e-commerce were each added and eagerly taken up by small businesses keen for simple solutions at a reasonable price. In 2007, Netregistry launched NETT Magazine. Available in newsagents or by subscription, every month NETT seeks to provide guidance, tutorials and opinion to help small business owners gain confidence and stay ahead of the rapid changes in today’s digital world. Netregistry remains a privately owned Australian company, with over 100 full-time staff and entirely located in Sydney. Our data centres are local. Our customer service centre is local.