Global property platform Lamudi turns six months old this month and has marked the occasion by releasing an info graphic showing the exceptional pace of growth of the company
Lahore: Launched in October 2013, Lamudi is now operating across 22 countries in Africa, Asia and South America with further expansions planned in future. Over 250,000 properties are now listed worldwide on the platform – a 100% increase on the 100,000 properties that were listed on Lamudi in February of this year. A major chunk of these listings are from Pakistan and are listed on Lamudi.pk.
Kian Moini, Global Co-Founder of Lamudi, commented: “The rate of growth of Lamudi in our first 6 months is astounding. In six months we have grown from a small, core team to a company that employs over 300 people across 22 countries worldwide. That tells you something about the level of demand that there is for the service that we are providing.”
The real estate marketplace offers sellers, buyers, landlords and renters the ideal platform to find homes, land and commercial properties online. Lamudi has also been singled out as being at the forefront of changing the culture of the tech industry. A traditionally male-dominated industry, Lamudi stands out from the crowd with a 50% female workforce at their Berlin HQ with several women in high level positions across the world.
Lamudi was founded in 2013 and is currently available in Algeria, Bangladesh, Colombia, Ethiopia, Ghana, Indonesia, Kenya, Mexico, Morocco, Myanmar, Nigeria, Pakistan, Peru, Philippines, Rwanda, Saudi Arabia, Tanzania, Tunisia, Uganda, Zambia and Zimbabwe
Moini outlined his ambition for Lamudi in future: “The interest and excitement surrounding our product is great to see and we want to continue to improve our platform. Our ultimate goal is to be the market leader everywhere that we operate and I believe that our constant investment in our product will help that come to fruition. We want everyone – whether its people looking to buy, a landlord looking to rent, or a business looking for new premises – to be able to say ‘we found it on Lamudi’”