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Does having a woman’s perspective shape the development of dating tech? Of course, according to our panelists.
Dawoon Kang, co-founder of Coffee Meets Bagel and Women 2.0 conference speaker, compares online dating today to ecommerce before PayPal.
Looking for love? There are plenty of female-founded startups that can help.
Meet and network with fellow entrepreneurs with Coffee Meets Bagel.
By Dawoon Kang (Co-Founder, Coffee Meets Bagel)
It’s been 7 weeks since Coffee Meets Bagel launched in San Francisco. The tech /startup community here has been overwhelmingly supportive, trying our product, giving us feedback, and sharing about us with their friends. So I was super excited to organize the first ever Singles Holiday Happy Hour for the Startup Community in San Francisco!
Debunking the three biggest dating myths in San Francisco.
Daily Lunchtime Dating Site Coffee Meets Bagel Raises $600k Seed Funding, Investors Include Match.com Co-Founder
Three sisters are co-founders of Coffee Meets Bagel, raise funding.
By Angie Chang (Co-Founder & Editor-in-Chief, Women 2.0)
Arum Kang, founder and CEO of Coffee Meets Bagel has an ambitious goal for the dating website she started with her two sisters. Her daily dating deal site introduces you to one match every day at noon. Coffee Meets Bagel has raised $600,000 in seed investment from Lightbank and investors including Match.com co-founder Peng T. Ong, reported TechCrunch this morning.
By Arum Kang (Co-Founder & CEO, Coffee Meets Bagel)
Last August, as a freshly minted MBA from Harvard Business School, I decided to strike on my own. I’ve always dreamt of building my own company, but it wasn’t anything more than an idea. Even though I have never worked for a startup or knew many people in the startup world, I decided to take the plunge.
Thankfully I had my sister Soo, a talented designer, as a co-founder to bounce off product ideas for our future company. The only missing minor detail was that we didn’t have anyone to actually build the product. Sleepless nights