In 2005, he ventured into real estate sales and marketing, and focused on development strategies and consulting. By the 2008 financial crisis, Ray bucked the trend and successfully sold more than RM1 billion worth of properties.
He finished his real estate management course in 2013 and set up his own real estate marketing firm. He ventured into O2O business models by starting up Wonderlist, the first ever real estate marketplace with his partners.
He is the key technology specialist leading the company’s vision for results-oriented business strategy.
His diverse IT experience helps in the improvement and transformation of real estate software products development.He is a strong observer and good self-learner. He believes in the power of endless learning and knowledge, often spending his leisure time reading business and technology related articles.
From his past 12 years’ experience in sales and marketing, Branden has gone through many ups and downs in his career.
From running his own retail shops, to managing 50 outlets of chain stores, leading a top sales team for a marketing firm based in Sydney, Branden is well prepared for any kind of challenge and position in running or starting up a business.
Her journey in the financial sector took her from providing services to individual clients as a Mortgage Executive
to serving corporate clients as an SME Assistant Manager.She has also accomplished an award of the Top Mortgage & SME Awards during her tenure in the banking sector. With good commendations and responsibilities, she was promoted to Consumer Retail Business Development as a Manager at Standard Chartered Bank Malaysia.
He drafted the entire process and program flow for Wonderlist when it was still in the ideation stage.
His knowledge in the property line stems from his past experience as a real estate agent for Venture Properties. He profoundly expressed that technology will disrupt the real estate industry heavily and with the idea and approached by Ray Chung, he decided to join the team and express his skills at Wonderlist.