Dating News digest: Tinder’s against Pictures of Men Holding Fish; Pairs Names Ryoma Yamamoto as New CEO; ParshipMeet Is Up for Sale; MillionaireMatch Shows the Most Popular Trends among Users.
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Dating News digest:
- Tinder’s against Pictures of Men Holding Fish;
- Pairs Names Ryoma Yamamoto as New CEO;
- ParshipMeet Is Up for Sale;
- MillionaireMatch Shows the Most Popular Trends among Users.
Tinder’s against Pictures of Men Holding Fish
Dating platform Tinder solves the fish photo problem.
The company announced a ban on photographs of men posing with fish. The fact is that most users are repulsed by these photos of fish. The head of the community stated that they always listen to their clients.
Pairs Names Ryoma Yamamoto as New CEO
Dating platform Pairs for Japanese singles has named Ryoma Yamamoto as its new CEO. Yamamoto has excellent experience in business development, business growth, and mobile offerings.
The purpose of the appointment is to stimulate further growth of the platform’s business.
ParshipMeet Is Up for Sale
The CEO of ProSiebenSat.1 has said that the dating arm, ParshipMeet Group, is put up for sale and is “no longer part of the business.”
The next steps are to optimize the dating business and find the optimal owner for this asset.
It is worth noting that ParshipMeet Group implies the parent firm of popular social media and dating brands MeetMe, Skout, GROWLr, and etc.
MillionaireMatch Shows the Most Popular Trends among Users
MillionaireMatch has revealed the results of a new growth preference survey. 1200 users took part in the survey.
So, the height of 6 feet is the most popular among men. It is interesting to note that 45% of women prefer men taller than this height. A quarter of the women surveyed said they preferred a partner between 5’8 and 6′.
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