How to Think For Your PropTech Startup

What questions must the startup founder ask themselves? What are the key traits a founder, and anyone for that matter, should have?

▶ Thoughts:

This episode is a special one. Myles, our in-house research lead sits down with founder and CEO, Darren, to discuss his own startup journey. Darren shares his experience working in a real estate fund and multiple startups. His insights are valuable for anyone interested in founding their own startup and building a reliable, valuable brand.

This is the first of a two-part miniseries with Darren where we discuss his own professional life, and we cover a lot of ground. We start broadly, on general life lessons and skills that you should bear in mind should you want to start your own business. While few people have an entrepreneurial streak, even less act on it.

By accepting failure and overcoming resistance, along with the key lessons that Darren has learned in his own time, an ideal entrepreneur will be able to scale both their ideas and team well. Ultimately, your business needs to not only take advantage of its competitive advantage, but also make that known to users, clients, and the community.

You may have the best product, but if not marketed, packaged, or promoted well enough, traction will be much more difficult to gain. Watch our discussion below, as we are sure there are some nuggets of wisdom in there for everyone.

▶ About the guest:

Darren Wong is the founder and CEO of Denzity, an online real estate solutions startup, which helps bring property businesses online with a lead generation SaaS solution. He began his career with a string of successful startups in Canada before relocating home to Hong Kong and working in a professional real estate investment firm.

Just over two years ago, he founded Denzity and PropTech Institute out of frustration with the property industry and is dedicated to improving all elements of the property lifecycle.

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