We tried to move past it, but, as Election Day approached, our arguments became more frequent and more impassioned.
This ensures a better chance at developing a lasting relationship because it's built on more than merely attraction and chemistry.We believe in the quality of the introduction rather than the quantity.Co-founder Dawoon Kang says that with the new i OS app, Coffee Meets Bagel is looking for the happy medium between traditional subscription services and newer, casual dating apps.”We want to deliver you a very good-quality match, one that you would expect from subscription services, but with the fun of mobile apps,” Kang says.In fifth grade, I made Vote Gore buttons and wore them every day for months.
In college, I worked on Obama’s presidential campaign. I try to stay open to opposing points of view, but, more often than not, I agree with the liberal side of pretty much every major issue.
We begin the process by getting to know you and what you're looking for.
Then, we introduce you to people with similar lifestyles, attitudes, values and goals.
to be able to deliver a personal, relevant match.” While the company shares some similarities with other popular dating services, Kang says most services are usually at one end of the spectrum or the other.
Sites like and e Harmony require browsing through strangers’ profiles, which can be very time-consuming.
“As we grow, our member base is going to become a lot more diverse,” she says.