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Aiming to grow its Indonesian presence, Singapore based property listing company acquires Indonesian property platform for an undisclosed amount.
Singaporean property portal 99.co recently celebrated its second anniversary with the launch of its mobile app for real estate agents, 99Pro.
Kuala Lumpur-based hyperlocal logistics company NeonRunner intends to raise US$3 million in its next round of funding, and having learned its lesson from the plunge of the ringgit, is seeking it in the greenback.
Singapore-based startup 99.co has announced S$2 million (US$1.5 million) in funding, led by Eduardo Saverin, cofounder of Facebook, along with venture capital firm Sequoia Capital, its first seed investment in the Lion City. Other investors include entrepreneurs-turn-investors Ross Veitch, Royston Tay and Wu Wenxiang.
Singapore-based online rental property search portal 99.co is now open to real estate agents and rental seekers after nine months in development.
The startup journey is full of milestones, and one of them is landing your first employee, a particular pitch requires a different twist from the one aimed at potential cofounders or investors, notes Gabey Goh.
With S$700,000 in seed investment raised, a Singapore-based startup is hoping its website will bring a fresh new approach to the property search market – by putting the renters first.
Singapore startup BillPin Pte Ltd, which developed an app that allows friends to track and split group expenses, has launched its second venture: Homie, an online apartment and roommate search service.
It may be only six months old, but Singapore-based start-up BillPin, which has an app that helps friends split and track group expenses, has acquired the assets of US-based BillMonk, which has a similar bill-splitting service.