Yet in a few weeks I have yet to make a match or whatever they call it.
By contrast, I cross paths with dozens of women on Bumble, Happn and Tinder.
I’m an NYC based architect turned entrepreneur, Founder and CEO of Cheekd newly launched hyper speed Bluetooth mobile dating app that removes the “missed” from “missed connections.” After working in architecture, furniture and design for 15 years, I came up with an idea that lead me into the NYC world of technology and dating.
Once a shark tank contestant, the charismatic NYC entrepreneur grew stronger after revisited her concept while keeping in mind the end goal of connecting strangers in real time – implementing the advice of the star ABC’s show panel.
Otherwise competition is almost impossible for this business.
I think hiring a newly graduated business student as a chief who has an enthusiasm and talent to drive this (still startup phase) company to success would be great. The app is using advanced technology and a creative way / concept of finding matches which would be perfect for millennials yet it looks like it’s made for people 40 .
Finding interesting people shouldn't be a full-time job. Saw this project on Shark Tank and personally have met the founder on a social event, want to share my honest opinion.
They background story of the founder and idea of standing out as a dating app is great and clicks very well but the actual product not so much.