But one startup called The Dating Ring wants to change all of your bad experiences with online dating and help you find your next great match. That means, no profile pictures, meaningless messages, or digital stalking. Enter sigh of relief. Afterward, the company will set the users up on curated one-on-one dates.
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They thought it had gone great: Their app could take on the dating industry by doing the work of matching for you, instead of the constant swiping left and right, messaging and then hopefully a date. Tessler, the company's co-founder and COO, approached an investor whom she had met earlier in the day. He was also from New York so he suggested that they go out for drinks when they were both back in the city. To a woman, that normally means a date, but Tessler quieted the alarm bells. That's an opportunity to talk to an investor more,'" Tessler said in an interview with Business Insider. He put his arm around her, but she chalked it up to him being a friendly investor. The incident underscores the kind of thorny situations that many women in Silicon Valley's booming tech industry face.
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Lauren Kay and Emma Tessler are not stereotypical start-up founders. In fact, Ms. Tessler is a college dropout who taught sex education in Newark, then built a teenage pregnancy prevention program in Harlem. Yet like most start-up founders, Ms. Kay and Ms.
Dating Ring is an online dating service that combines matchmaking and technology. When members sign up, they are assigned a personal matchmaker. Each week, matchmakers send their members a curated match. To help their matchmakers improve future matches, members give feedback after each match and again if they meet the match in person.