Global Leader in Blockchain Payments & Loyalty Innovations
Brendan Blumer (born August 8, 1986) is an American tech entrepreneur based in Asia. Brendan started his first venture at the age of 15, selling virtual assets inside MMORPGs. His first venture GaMeCLiFF, was purchased by Internet Gaming Entertainment (now IMI Exchange) and in 2005 IGE relocated him Hong Kong upon finishing secondary education. At IGE, Brendan grew the account sales division to a highly profitable, 5m USD per annum business. After two years at IGE, Brendan started a new venture called Accounts.net which became the world's largest game-account selling website with nearly 1m USD in monthly revenue in its first 3 months of operations. In 2010, Brendan founded Okay.com in Hong Kong which builds real estate enterprise software for use by real estate agents directly employed by the company. The in-house software platform combines a proprietary CRM and Property Database to support an entirely mobile virtual office for real estate agents in Asia. In 2011, Okay.com merged with the real estate division of Asia Pacific Properties, an established leader in residential brokerage with over 25 years in Hong Kong. As of 2014, Okay.com is well-known as the most technological proficient agency in the space and is one of the fastest growing agencies in the Hong Kong market. In 2013, Brendan started deploying his vision of attracting tech talent from Silicon Valley and elsewhere to provide a unique approach to creating competitive technologies for companies in Asia. In January this year, a state-of-the-art 6000 sqft development center was opened in Mumbai. ii5's head office was subsequently opened in Hong Kong in May to provide onsite product development & management services. ii5 also engages in capital investment in both new and existing companies in Hong Kong. ii5 aims to be Hong Kongs access to Silicon valley talent, investment opportunities and know-how.
Brendan Blumer has not listed any work experience.