On Financial Times ranking report of 500 high-growth companies from the APAC region, Square Yards, India’s foremost property brokerage brand was featured as one of the fastest-growing companies in terms of generating revenue over the last 4 years. With businesses shifting their focus from scale to survival amid the market slump, Square Yards efficaciously thrived as a high-growth business and proved itself resilient over the coming years.
This highlight is a robust indication of the annual endeavour of companies that make an exemplary contribution in a challenging economic environment.
The FT’s ranking of 500 high-growth companies from the APAC region comes at an inauspicious time for businesses. The FT list was compiled with Statista, a research company that ranks entrants from across the Asia-Pacific by compound annual growth rate (CAGR) in revenue between the years 2015 and 2018.
India was one of the countries that provided 140 of the companies on the list, more than any other country.
Despite the nationwide lockdown, Square Yards successfully sold properties through one of its kind digital platform. Starting from presales with online virtual tours & 3D walkthroughs, this digital platform is integrated with multiple payment gateways and post-sales modules for submission of online applications with digital signatures for a hassle-free home buying (Buy Property Online) process. Square Yards has tied up with some of the leading real estate developers for its digital platform and offered exclusive offers on properties, the company facilitated hundreds of Digital Home Sales globally during this lockdown.
During this economic uncertainty when several businesses across the globe were reeling under the pressure to withstand, Square Yards unprecedently sailed smoothly through these barriers to surge ahead of its competitors. The company has been doing tremendous business and in the coming months, it endeavours to capture a large chunk of the market before the closure of this fiscal year.
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Financial Times: https://on.ft.com/2xEVDFF