Dating Pro Digest: GDI podcast highlights the value of couples; Bumble is a promising investment platform; Veggly and Raw Sport join forces; AWS celebrates Pride Month.

Aug 3, 2021

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Dating industry news digest:

  • GDI podcast highlights the value of couples;
  • Bumble is a promising investment platform;
  • Veggly and Raw Sport join forces;
  • AWS celebrates Pride Month.

 

GDI podcast highlights the value of couples

Project co-founder Jenny Holmström argues that long-term relationships fail due to inability to communicate.

The goal of a startup is to improve the communication skills of users. The Pairness platform is equipped with options that encourage frank conversations: keeping a joint diary, discussing the emotions of the day. $ 1.1 million will be allocated to expand and improve the project.

The podcast is now available on popular listening platforms.

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Bumble is a promising investment platform

Bumble Inc. high performance for 2021 and positive dynamics of operating margin growth. Despite the limitations, an effective monetization strategy ensures sustainable development. Bumble brought fame to the introduction of original innovative features, advanced search filters, premium in the mobile version.

The company plans to take it to the next level and transform itself from a dating app into a full-fledged social network.

Thanks to the platform’s intelligent algorithms, more than 90% of users find at least one match.

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Veggly and Raw Sport join forces

Designed for vegetarians, Veggly announces a partnership with Raw Sport.

Users of the dating app will receive discounts on herbal food brand products. Raw Sport customers become members of the Veggly bonus program.

The leaders of both companies believe that food preferences are a powerful unifying factor, and therefore the prospects for the partnership are encouraging.

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AWS celebrates Pride Month

An Amazon subsidiary is running an advertising campaign aimed at raising awareness of the concerns of LGBTQ dating platforms.

The focus was on the specialized application S’More, which received just one percent of funding. As a result of the action, the company received free access to third-party resources and technologies.

One of the acquisitions is Rekognition, a product designed to combat scammers and attackers on the online dating platform.

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