They made an appearance on “Shark Tank” in January and turned down a million offer to buy their company.“We see this business growing as big as Match.com,” Arum Kang said on the show.The thing to do was get the lady back on the market, but according to Exton, the selections for gay women were paltry.
"I want a man with a personality and looks to take my breath away." These are the requirements of the dark-haired, dark-eyed, 37-year-old Asian beauty who has sent me her romantic wish list.
Samantha Daniels, the founder of matching making service Samantha’s Table, launched The Dating Lounge as a Facebook app around two years ago. Daniels, a professional matchmaker, says the app is “invite-only” for people who earn more than a 0,000 a year. Anyone who is a member can send you an invite; Daniels also told The New York Observer she will let in people who earn less if they have “social connections” or an interesting job.
Alexandra Chong’s answer to the some of harshness of online dating was to build an app called Lulu in which women hold all the cards.
One in ten American adults has dabbled in online dating, according to Pew Research Center, and it’s poised to become a billion industry.
Yet women have not been as quick to embrace the dating apps; men are twice as active as women when it comes to online dating, according to 2013 research.
Women also can get their friends to weigh in, forwarding a man’s profile to get their take.