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  • People are ‘pre-meeting’ fellow concert-goers
  • People are ‘pre-meeting’ fellow concert-goers
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People are ‘pre-meeting’ fellow concert-goers

While dating apps like Tinder make it easy to meet local strangers, moving from the app into the real world can be daunting. New app Eye Contact puts users in touch with people planning to go to the same event as them, making the first encounter more fun.



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    Conducting detailed interviews with its members, accompanied by glossy photoshoots, im gegenteil is rallying against the ennui of traditional dating. But is this approach simply masking realities behind pretty packaging? And will it change the way Millennials look for love?

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    Kate Elliot returned to Australia after years of travelling abroad to find her home more lonely than ever. Finding people she genuinely clicked with after a life upheaval was tricky, and with this in mind, she and sister-in-law Kim founded Kate and Kim: speed-dating, but for BFFs.

  • Facebook beats dating services Facebook beats dating services

    According to a survey, Facebook has emerged as the place people are most likely to find a romantic partner. Though there are country specific dating services in the countries surveyed, Facebook still dominated.

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    Online dating is a huge industry, and websites must work increasingly hard to stand out. For SHOPaMAN, that means a tongue-in-cheek e-commerce format.