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But if you are hell-bent on finding someone special, what are the best dating apps for young professionals?
Though Tinder, Ok Cupid, Hitch, Hinge, Bumble and the like are usually my go-to recommendations for dating apps, they hold far too large a cross-section of the general public for the professional subset.
“The entire game is changing with the proliferation of dating apps” over traditional matchmaking websites, said Dawoon Kang, one of three sisters who co-founded Coffee Meets Bagel.
“People are not willing to spend hours at the computer filling out questionnaires.
Though popular, many of the current dating websites and apps are cumbersome and time consuming, requiring users to fill out extensive personal questionnaires or swipe through an endless stream of choices.
Coffee Meets Bagel saves time and priorities quality over quantity by sending users one potential match – which it calls a bagel delivery – every day at 12pm.
The aeroplane app said it is final talks for its first round of financing, while Coffee Meets Bagel – which is named after the perfect New York breakfast combination – closed a .8m Series A funding round in February.
The San Francisco-based company's founders famously rejected a m buyout bid from the billionaire investor Mark Cuban on the television show Shark Tank, the largest offer ever made on the US version of Dragons' Den.
If you're working 80-hour weeks and want someone who maintains a similarly breakneck pace, you have to steer clear of the usual suspects, dating app–wise, and branch out to alternate ground.
Be Linked is an obvious choice, as it uses your Linked In account the way Tinder uses your Facebook profile, but this is not your only option.
If both parties accept the match within the allotted 24 hours, they can chat through the app until the conversation channel expires seven days later.