This weekend a horde of entrepreneurs and business leaders will lay siege to New York’s financial district as part of the Kairos Global Summit. Over the next 48 hours, 350 student entrepreneurs will mingle with high-profile mentors in their field at the New York Stock Exchange, the United Nations (both partners of the summit) and the Rockefeller Estate in upstate New York to brainstorm practical solutions for a better future.
Entrepreneur reports on Tinder’s recent purchase of Humin. Read the article below:
Tinder wants to make its swiping experience more personalized.
The Los Angeles-headquartered dating app, which has facilitated more than 10 billion matches in 196 countries around the world since it was founded in 2012, recently acquired the contextual computing app, Humin.
Humin co-founder and CEO Ankur Jain says that he and Tinder CEO Sean Rad met in the fall and realized that they were essentially working on the same issue. “We both were trying to solve the problem of how do we use technology to get people to meet and connect in the physical world,” says Jain in a conversation with Entrepreneur.
Read the rest of the article at Entrepreneur.