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Ammar Kubba is a principal and the Chief Operating Officer of Thought Convergence™, an industry-leading service provider of domain information, management, monetization and development tools and technologies for the domain name industry. Widely regarded as a pioneer in the domain industry, Thought Convergence provides its award-winning services and technologies under several brands, including TrafficZ™, DomainTools™, LeaseThis.com™ and Idea.Net™. Kubba is (at least in his own mind) a leading authority on Internet domain development and traffic monetization, as well as an active proponent for the continuing advancement and evolution of the domain industry. His determination, passion and vision have helped propel Thought Convergence to the forefront of the space (with annual triple-digit growth since inception), while the company’s cutting-edge proprietary technology and unparalleled service have garnered the attention and praise of the most influential players in the domain community, as well as several of the world’s leading Internet companies.

Kubba, a serial entrepreneur, has also been integrally involved, as both a principal and an advisor, in the acquisition, development and/or sale of such high-profile Internet properties as Cost.com, Trainer.com, BusinessDevelopment.com, LA.com, Hawaii.com, Illinois.com, NewJersey.com, Vegas.com, LasVegas.net and countless others. He has been interviewed for features in Business 2.0, The Wall Street Journal Online, BusinessWeek, the DN Journal, Modern Domainer, and numerous other media outlets and industry publications.

Prior to joining Thought Convergence, Kubba honed his entrepreneurial and business development talents as in-house counsel for two public companies in the technology sector. He has counseled countless private and public clients, ranging in status from the Pink Sheets to NASDAQ, and has been intimately involved in dozens of public offerings and mergers and acquisitions, both domestic and international. Kubba holds a Juris Doctorate from Loyola Law School in Los Angeles, where he was a writer and editor for the school’s Law Review journal, and a Bachelor of Arts in philosophy from the University of California, Los Angeles.