Please complete all required questions. Courteney is a champion of human beings--constantly striving to help people be their best selves and bring people together! With her background working in management roles for dating start-ups like Grouper and Dating Ring, starting her own company and consulting for countless other companies in the space, her experiences range from matchmaking and events to coaching in personal development and how to leverage and empower networks and communities. She is a sought-after matchmaker, coach and thought leader in the topics of dating, relationships and female empowerment and enjoys moderating and speaking on panels, podcasts, and writing about these subjects in addition to running events and social experiments to support human connection.
Group Matchmaking Startup The Dating Ring Launches In San Francisco
Is San Francisco actually the worst place for single women? - SFGate
New startup Dating Ring wants to be more like Uber than Tinder — the something founders of the site are aiming to take some of the grunt work out of the wonderful, awful, exhilarating, and frustrating experience of dating. Folks lie. Just so you know. But Dating Ring wants to ease that stress a bit. Just like Uber screens drivers, the Dating Ring screens members. That's the pitch they gave recently at a Y-Combinator event anyway.
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Ask any startup veteran: Mistakes are made. No matter how successful a company ultimately becomes, you can be sure that its early days were peppered with missteps and failures—most minor, but a few likely painful and spectacular. So, why would anyone want to share those mistakes with the world? The company is the subject of season two of the podcast Startup , which premieres on Thursday. Startup devotes each season to chronicling the ups and downs of a single fledgling company.
A startup is crowdfunding cross-country flights to help single men and women in San Francisco and New York find love. Or, at least, dates for a weekend. Lauren Kay, Dating Ring's CEO, says the idea came from trying to solve the logistical problems singles in the two cities face in their respective dating scenes. Simply put, she explains on Crowdtilt , there are not enough single men in New York and not enough single women in San Francisco.