Coffee and bagel dating
IF both parties like their match, Coffee Meets Bagel gives the budding couple a discount on a first date activity, like grabbing a coffee or a drink.Users have 24 hours to respond to a match before it expires and a new day brings about a new potential love interest.However, the Kang sisters were not willing to part with their business and, to the alarm of many viewers, turned down the offer.They explained that they believed their business would become more valuable than the offer made by Mark Cuban and that they wanted to retain control of the business they created.Critics believed that rejecting the offer made by Mark Cuban would lead to the women failing with Coffee Meets Bagel.However, this has not been the case and the women have gone on to make a success of their dating and social networking business, proving their critics wrong.Coffee Meets Bagel, the dating service that focuses on quality over quantity, has today announced the close of a .8 million Series A financing round led by existing investor DCM Ventures.
People criticized their decision and the women felt that they were the victims of sexism against women in business.
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Coffee Meets Bagel is different from most dating apps in that it offers some level of accountability.
Potential matches are scraped from real-life connections on Facebook, which ensures that everyone is on their best behavior.
Coffee Meets Bagel is a dating and social networking website that was launched in April 2012 by sisters Arum, Dawoon, and Soo Kang.