But as the popular sites become even more well-established, it's becoming more challenging for newer websites and apps to join in."It's a sign of a very mature market," said Bruce Croxon, a former panelist on CBC's Dragons' Den, but also one of the co-founders of Lavalife.
Lavalife launched in 1988 using the hot, new technology of the time: voicemail.
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He says that, without Tinder, he may not have met his fiance when he was using the app two years ago."We're getting married July 20th," says Bennett.
"It's worked out really well."In its most recent quarterly report, Match Group says more than three million Tinder users pay for premium services and its total number of global subscribers across all brands soared 24 per cent to seven million.
Croxon was on CBC's Dragons' Den from 2011 to 2014, and currently invests in digital startups through another company he co-founded, Round 13 Capital.