Online short-term rental platform Iyumi raises RMB 100 million
Online short-term rental platform Iyumi (“寓米短租”) , which operates iyumi.com and Share Man Apartment and has cooperated with nearly 200 well-known property developers, announced that it has raised RMB 100 million.
Online short-term rental platform Iyumi (“寓米短租”) announced that it has raised RMB 100 million from Eastmoney (“东方财富”), Feng Guangrong Fund of American Wuyi Chamber of Commerce (“美国五邑商会冯广荣基金”) and Shenzhen Li He Wang Tong Factoring. (“深圳立合旺通商业保理有限公司”).
Founded in 2013, Iyumi operates iyumi.com and Share Man Apartment and has cooperated with nearly 200 well-known property developers.
Iyumi now manages more than 10,000 apartments and has more than 100,000 online listings. By 2020, it expects to have more than a million online listings, 10 times more than it has now, and 50 million members.
As a “global short-term apartment rental platform”, Iyumi provides its members online booking and consultation services.
Iyumi focuses on building a resource sharing platform and guests can have access to its on-demand chef service and other local services.
Iyumi is also actively building an apartment incubation platform for entrepreneurs operating apartments, offering them comprehensive support in operation, product, membership, information, supply chain and finance.
Iyumi embarked on exploring and expanding international market earlier this year when it set up a joint venture with Siamese Asset, a well-known Thailand real estate agent. (Translated by Claire)