by Property Forum | Investment

The founders behind Unissu, the leading global platform for all PropTech data, information and research, have announced they have acquired Singapore based

Disrupt Property, the first listing portal of PropTech businesses, was started by Jack FitzGerald, a Senior Development Manager at Lendlease, in January 2016, as he tried to make sense of the ever expanding PropTech ecosystem. Jack has become a shareholder and advisor to Unissu, specialising in the South East Asian region.
The acquisition of Disrupt gives Unissu a significant presence in the region as it maps the global PropTech market for the benefit of property firms and PropTech investors. No single source of accurate data, information and resources currently exists and this is another step to making a global PropTech platform a reality.
Beta testing of Unissu has already commenced with a multinational range of property and PropTech professionals. The platform goes live to the industry this autumn.
Eddie Holmes, co-founder of Unissu stated: “Our growth continues with the acquisition of Disrupt Property. Having just closed a strategic pre-seed investment round from global investors, this is an important milestone in Unissu’s mission to create the single source of truth for all PropTech data, information and research. Jack has built an incredible dataset with Disrupt, a dataset that we are augmenting and making even more relevant to Unissu’s users.”
Unissu is the global leader in PropTech information, data and research. It was founded in May 2018 by serial entrepreneurs and PropTech influencers James Dearsley and Eddie Holmes to become the single source of truth for all PropTech information as the industry evolves and looks to understand its future.
It raised £150,000 in pre-seed funding from a group of strategic investors in July 2018 to expand its dataset and develop the platform. It will be launched to the public in the autumn of 2018.