For trademark holders who are registered in the Trademark Clearinghouse (TCMH). All applications will be accepted, however multiple applicants for the same domain name will be auctioned at the end of this phase.Find out more about TM Registration
August 24, 2014 — August 27, 2014
Period to allocate labels and resolve contention for Sunrise applicants.
August 27, 2014 — September 5, 2014
Is a 9 day period before the start of General Availability where anyone can submit an application for .GLOBAL domain names. As the first open phase, Landrush presents a lucrative opportunity for anyone who wishes to register a quality domain name early. Like Sunrise, multiple applications for the same domain name will be resolved by auction at the end of this phase.
September 5, 2014 — September 9, 2014
Period to allocate labels and resolve contention for the Early Access Program or Landrush applicants.
September 9, 2014
During General Availability, domain names are allocated immediately on a first-come, first-serve basis.
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.GLOBAL gives organisations large and small a name that broadcasts and identifies them as global entities, operating on a universal scale. .GLOBAL takes the top position in a business domain hierarchy unifying all geographic and sub-TLDs under one global umbrella for the ultimate universal coverage.
.GLOBAL offers a trusted space entirely dedicated to existing and aspiring brands that aim to reach a market that transcends geographic and commercial borders.
Using .GLOBAL as the domain descriptor explains more than .COM, .NET or .ORG; positioning your organization as bold, borderless and limitless. Make every part of your Internet identity count.
Using one of the new Top-Level Domains shows a forward-looking brand that understands how to use the new and more relevant domains to express the global nature of their business.
As well as many built-in security features, including Registry WHOIS-lock, and DNSSEC .GLOBAL will operate under Irish and EU privacy laws. This is a positive change for you and your clients, who will place an increasing focus on this important issue.
.GLOBAL operates an open registration policy with no restrictions, reflecting the fact that the globe of the Internet is borderless and without barriers. The only restrictions are the limits of the organizations' ambition, and more importantly its imagination.
Global is a well-known word in many languages which gives it universal recognition. .GLOBAL also supports many scripts and special characters (e.g., ø æ å ä é ü) allowing registrants to register diverse names such as: übercøøl.global.
.GLOBAL for Brands
A clearly defined name path for all brands who wish to demonstrate a global presence, or promote global services and products. Most brands already call their website ‘Global’ when communicating with their audience.
Example: sony.global or windows8.global
.GLOBAL for Generic Names
Owning a major generic name is extremely beneficial when considering international audience appeal. As the new .GLOBAL registry opens for busines there is an opportunity to secure one of a vast number of these new and valuable generic names.
Example: travel.global, news.global or jobs.global
.GLOBAL for Communities
With a .GLOBAL domain, you are creating global communities comprised of multi-national audiences who all have the same ambition - to be global. Ideal for creating new communities, or indeed for existing thriving communities.
Example: vegan.global, art.global or green.global
Register your .GLOBAL domain
E.g. www.organisation.global and email firstname.lastname@example.org