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started by two Stanford graduates, Simon Tisminezky and Dan Abelon after an entrepreneurship class at Stanford Business School co-taught by Eric Schmidt.
Originally a Stanford University business class project, combines online dating and round robin-style speed dating, where singles spend five minutes or less connecting live with potential matches.
New dating app caters to rich by weeding out the poor The app, which had its soft launch Thursday, currently operates in San Francisco, although Bradford told Tech Crunch there is interest in Chicago, Boston, Los Angeles and New York.
Tired of finding people out of your league on Tinder or OKCupid?
Specifically, the talk was given by three female CEOs about how women are changing the dating app game: Whitney Wolfe from Bumble, Dawoon Kang from Coffee Meets Bagel, and Robyn Exton of Her.
One thing to note: while these are all dating apps, they made sure to point out that their focuses and application are different.
Like many online dating sites, Speed is a freemium service and its revenue comes from premium subscriptions.
After Speed Date secured million in Series B financing from Menlo Ventures, Jason Kincaid at Tech Crunch reported: "Unlike most dating sites, there was no lengthy signup process – the site leaves the real matchmaking to your video chats.