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|Type of business||Private|
|Founder(s)||Turochas Fuad, Prashant Kirtane, Dan Neary, Nick Gundry|
|Key people||Turochas Fuad|
|Industry||vacation rental, travel, internet|
travelmob is a social networking website for booking accommodation and room rentals. It was founded by Turochas Fuad, Dan Neary, Prashant Kirtane and Nick Gundry in July 2012. travelmob features over 30,000 Asia Pacific short-term rental listings including villas, apartments, houseboats, treehouses, shared spaces and a private island.
Built on a transaction-based model, travelmob supports 17 currencies and operates in 13 languages, including Bahasa, Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Russian, Thai, Vietnamese, French, Italian, Spanish and English. The company announced in September 2012 that they closed seed funding of US $1 million led by Jungle Ventures, with participation from Silicon Valley VC firm Accel Partners and private investors. Features of the platform include "experience tags" that enable travellers to search by experience, last minute deals and a feature that helps travellers find accommodation by posting details of their trip to travelmob hosts.
In December 5, 2013 travelmob launched an iOS app.
- (July 11, 2014) travelmob turns 2
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