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.
The Next Web reports on how Humin may help transform Tinder in the near future. Read their story below:
Dating app Tinder has officially acquired contact management startup Humin today for an undisclosed amount.
The technology behind Humin is the most attractive part of the deal, as well as some of its staff who will be offered new roles. Co-founders Ankur Jain and David Wyler will be staying on as the vice president of product and vp of partnerships for Tinder, respectively.
Tinder will also be setting up shop in San Francisco for the first time with its new staff.
In a statement on its website, Humin says:
Our friends at Tinder share our underlying vision and have already revolutionized the world of dating. Now, as a part of Tinder, we believe that together we can make it easier than ever to meet amazing new people and connect with your friends – at a scale we could never reach alone.
Read the article in its entirety at The Next Web.