Female Entrepreneur Rhonda Wong Recognised as Founder of The Year at 2019 Singapore Rice Bowl Startup Awards
Rhonda Wong, the founder and CEO of Ohmyhome, Singapore’s leading PropTech company, has recently been recognised as the Founder of the Year at the 2019 Singapore Rice Bowl Startup Awards in Singapore. Ohmyhome will be moving on to the regional level of the competition, going against startups from all-over South-East Asia.
This award recognizes individuals who have shown great entrepreneurial spirit and visionary leadership, and blaze the trail for others in the PropTech industry.
Since its inception in 2016, Ohmyhome, a home-grown brand, has helped transacted more than 4,500 homes which represent a combined value of over S$1 billion. Under Rhonda’s leadership, the company received many positive reviews and quickly become Singapore’s No. 1 HDB app with 5 out of 5 Facebook ratings. They also became the first cross-border one-stop property solution with its tech-enabled offerings that served thousands of customers in Singapore and Malaysia.
“It’s a great privilege to win this award alongside the other awardees. Winning this award definitely helps to cement Ohmyhome’s achievements and reflects the hard work of everyone at the company, all of whom I would like to thank to receive this award. It’s a combination of our team’s dedication to providing the best service, the support of our customers and efficiency in our technology.” Wong said.
Wong added, “At Ohmyhome, we strongly believe in leveraging on technology innovation for greater growth, to become a regional powerhouse for real estate transactions, where we can help more families buy, sell and rent their properties easily with services complementing their journey from start to finish – it’s who we are.”
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