The Kang sisters wished to create an app that is dating encourages IRL meet-ups and real relationships, and Coffee Meets Bagel was born. Now, the effective application is landing in Canada! Discover the lingo (beans, bagels), why its safe and just why they rejected $30 million bucks of investment on television
Does online dating sites ever prompt you to want to claw your damn face down? There’s horror story after horror story of enragingly endless back-and-forth messaging, super-gross come-ons and wildly mismatched intentions for every OkCupid marriage or Tinder triumph. So three super-smart Korea-born, San sisters—the that is francisco-based, advertising and company development maven Dawoon Kang (Stanford company!) and CEO and product supervisor Arum Kang (Harvard company!), and design mind Soo Kang (Parsons!)—bravely ventured to the dude-dominated software room to introduce Coffee Meets Bagel in an attempt to solve a few of the biggest online dating sites headaches.
The Kangs are killing it: they refused $30-million from Mark Cuban on Shark Tank earlier in the day this current year; they’re running all over the U.S., plus Sydney and Hong Kong; and have now to date made 25 million introductions global and kickstarted 10,000 relationships that are successfulincluding above 120 marriages!). Coffee satisfies Bagel has just launched in Toronto, together with siblings Kang intend on rolling it call at Vancouver this autumn.
Coffee satisfies Bagel founders, the Kang siblings (from left) Soo, Arum and Dawoon