With so much money going into the local tech scene, one wonders which Singapore-based internet companies are the grand winners in the race to get funded.
99.co differentiates itself from the market by promising a pure search experience untouched by paid classifieds, which is what competitors are doing.
The first forum started last year in July, and has so far received positive feedback from the members, who include the founders of PatSnap, MoneySmart, and 2359media amongst others.
Despite leading in Singapore, PropertyGuru is not sitting still.
PropertyGuru doesn't offer real search. It's essentially a classifieds site where real estate agents pay for ads. 99.co is addressing that problem.
The Ice Bucket Challenge is brilliant. It’s got all the elements right as a viral design; it’s so good it is worth studying.
Online classifieds, especially in the property vertical, sees new signs of life.
Two flats have been confiscated by the authorities so far. What's next for sites like Airbnb in Singapore?
99.co is a property search website that promises a transparent and easy-to-use search experience and interface - what you see is what you get.