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Startup Roundup – 23rd February

GDI is constantly on the lookout for new players in the online dating market, disruptive business models, and innovative technologies.

This Startup Roundup is presented in partnership with The Social Discovery Group, who are currently eager to connect with startups in the social discovery and online dating space.

Collective – The app for gay friends: Having just hit 350,000 posts, Collective is helping gay people find friends, dates, and community. Collective is like a digital gay bar connecting a global network of LGBTQ+ people without the swiping or toxicity of existing apps.

Moonz – Astro dating app: By filling in your date, time and place of birth, daters will get your astral profile and receive an ultra-personal horoscope every day. On Moonz, astrology at the heart of humans and serves as a personality decoder.

Score – The dating app for people with good credit: Created by financial advisors Neon Money Club, this platform only accepts daters with a credit score of over 675.

In Case You Missed It! Here’s last week’s Startup Roundup:

SOON – Make a plan & be together soon: The SOON experience is about getting intentional. Rather than the standard opening message of “hey, how are you?”, a first message on SOON is always a bespoke invitation to meet up for a low-stakes date.

Pairfect – Love is personal. Finding it should be too: An authentic alternative to dating apps, Pairfect members will receive support from a matchmaker to find genuine matches. Pairfect users are 12x more likely to meet in person versus traditional dating apps.

DateGPT – Where real love meets real intelligence: This dating platform uses AI to provide members with precision matchmaking, a personalised dating assistant, and higher-quality connections.

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