Of course, only if you have a smartphone and a dating app.
) has started its promotional campaign with reaching student communities at colleges.
IAC/Inter Active Corp recently announced that it will be spinning off its subsidiary The Match Group as a publicly traded company.
Apart from the Los Angeles, California-based mobile dating service, Simove was also contacted by legal representatives of Schindler, an elevator manufacturer from Ebikon, Switzerland, who asked the creator of Shinder to abstain from entering the elevator and escalator markets, BBC reports.
Simove reportedly said that he doesn’t believe Shinder is a market threat to either the elevator company or the popular dating service, adding that women around the world are “unlikely” to migrate from Tinder to Shinder en masse.
The 46-year-old asserted that the two companies are in all likelihood just covering their legal bases and aren’t planning to escalate the issue any further.
The British inventor and comedian previously revealed he had 150 matches since launching Shinder in early 2017, adding that he’s already been on three dates scheduled through the app.
The London-based entrepreneur filed for a trademark on Shinder with the IPO in late February, but the UK branch of the U. dating service submitted its formal opposition to the trademark on May 3, as revealed by the application’s case history published by the IPO.
The move doesn’t imply an immediate legal dispute but does provide Tinder with a longer window of opportunity to dispute the trademark in the future should it deem such an action necessary.
The secrets of the love potion: gamification and personalization There is not a single article or post on dating apps that can properly analyze the market without mentioning Tinder.