Catcha Group’s Patrick Grove chats with DNA founder Karamjit Singh about what led to iBuy’s birth and his excitement over the e-commerce momentum in South-East Asia.
Online investment firm the Catcha Group announced that its portfolio company the iProperty Group, which owns and operates a regional network of property websites, has crossed RM1 billion (US$314.4 million) in market capitalisation.
Catcha Group chairman and CEO Patrick Grove is on the Australia Unlimited: Global Achievers list; only one based in Malaysia
The iProperty Group has formed an exclusive partnership with Rotterdam-based Floorplanner.com to offer the latter's tool that will allow property buyers to generate floor plans of their listing in either 2D or 3D.
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Catcha Media Berhad (Catcha Media) announced today its subsidary, iCar Asia Limited (iCar), successfully completed its initial public offering (IPO) on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) on Sept 11.
Catcha co-founder and group CEO Patrick Grove will hit a hattrick of Internet listings come Sept 11 when iCar Asia Ltd, of which he is chairman, hits the Australian Stock Exchange (ASX) with an opening market capitalization of around RM100 million (US$32.4million).