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The Kang sisters report the site has made more than 20 million matches with 10,000 couples in relationships and about 80 couples engaged or married.
As for the turning down the Sharks' offer, they say they have no regrets."Who knows if we had those guys, maybe it could have been different, but at the end of the day, I think we are doing very well without those guys," Arum said.
It seems like Seattle is home to more and more tech companies by the day — and today is no different.
Geek Wire has learned that San Francisco-based startup Coffee Meets Bagel, which rose to fame after its founders turned down a $30 million deal from investor Mark Cuban on Shark Tank, is opening a new Seattle office.
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Even without the Shark Tank money, just being on the show last Friday was a big boost.
Coffee Meets Bagel reports a big surge in sign-ups for their app, which is available for both Android and i Phones.The basic service is free, but you can pay for extra features.Everything is designed to appeal to women, but men are signing up too."There is a saying out there that 'Once you attract women, men will just follow' and this is totally true," Arum said. He said, "Every day you are sort of looking forward to who am I going to get matched with and then you're able to have this really nice dialogue with them and sort of make this decision as to whether you want to actually meet up with the person."That's how Parhkh met Brown and after a year of dating they're engaged.The office will be in the Westlake We Work in Seattle for the time being and Kang said she expects it to grow, potentially opening a full office in the coming years.Coffee Meets Bagel is a dating app, and Kang said its secret sauce is how it curates the dating experience.Now three Bay Area sisters are shaking things up with a dating app designed by women for women.Tags: Adult Dating, affair dating, sex dating