Two Young Vietnamese Refugees, Entrepreneurs Behind A New Melbourne Property Newspaper

Two Young Vietnamese Refugees, Entrepreneurs Behind A New Melbourne Property Newspaper

The two young entrepreneurs have shown that if you follow your dreams, work hard, and determined to succeed, then anything is possible.

Two young Vietnamese refugees have shown that it’s possible for anyone to set up a successful business no matter where they are from. Mike Huynh a serial entrepreneur and the developer of the world’s first Vietnamese Near Me app, with his close friend Justin Nguyen, has set up an exciting property newspaper called Melbourne Property Weekly.

 

The dedicated property newspaper has gained huge exposure for being a newspaper that is set to improve the speed in which properties get sold and homes rented. With its unique distribution method, and by targeting the advertiser’s true audience, Melbourne Property Weekly aims to reduce the amount of money people spend marketing their properties.

The two friends decided to take the plunge and quit their day jobs and go on an adventure to help improve how people find and sell their homes. They wanted to show that Melbourne was a great place to live and promote the place they love to the world. With their new property newspaper, they can do just that and send a clear message out that Melbourne is the place to live.

Mr Mike said “Melbourne is the most liveable city in the world seven years straight. Anyone would die to live here in the number one liveable city in the world.”

A large number of new start-ups are going digital, believing its the best way to generate customers and increase their revenue. However, although many newspapers are now going digital, the two Vietnamese refugees believe when it comes to promoting properties, printed media is still the best option.

Mr Mike Huynh said “The problem with the current newspapers they try to tell you the latest news … but it is old news because everyone can obtain the latest news feed on their phone in an instant. People now after very specific topic and contents that they interested in, they want to know what is on sale on in the Bunnings catalogue or what new in the JB Hifi catalogue.”

According to Nielsen 2015 research, it found consumers spend 29 minutes with letterbox material on weekdays and 33 minutes over the weekend. It shows clearly print media still works and drives quality lead.

Mr. Justin Nguyen added, “We not trying to compete against with major online real estate portal, in fact, we compliment them Actually Print media Drives Online Search – Many buyers start their online search after viewing a print advertisement, and us here help agent to have that competitive edge to show case their listings.”

The two young entrepreneurs understand with their experience what people want when it comes to finding a property and how they want to search for that property. Those looking for a new place to live don’t want to spend hours searching the Internet, they want a publication that shows them in detail what is available now. The Melbourne Property Weekly provides that information.

For more information about Melbourne Property Weekly, please visit www.melbournepropertyweekly.com.au

About Melbourne Property Weekly

Melbourne Property Weekly is Melbourne’s biggest property newspaper ensuring your premium real estate listings get into the hands of your target audience.

Media Contact
Company Name: Melbourne Property Newspaper
Contact Person: Mike Huynh
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 0434 223 980
Address:29 Disraeli St
City: St Albans
State: Victoria
Country: Australia
Website: http://www.melbournepropertyweekly.com.au