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His single mother asked him why he couldn't help her find her knight in shining armour, and so he literally went about it.
After stepping away from his digital agency and exploring business ideas which were both scalable and had a level of integrity, Matt tells me he started to explore the world of dating for the over 50s in a serious way.
They’re launching initially in New York City, but will expand as soon as they reach sign-up thresholds of 500 users in other areas.
Solving the age-old problem of loneliness is a big ask from any app, but at the very least Me3 can give you the option of saying "table for three" instead of "table for one" — or worse, another night alone on the couch with takeout.
New entrant my Lovely goes live on Friday, with a business proposition aimed at those over 50s.
Matt Connolly conceived the idea of the website to dispel the stigma and solve a problem presented to him around the Sunday lunch table.
Good luck to all the over-50s out there who, as of Friday, have a smart new way to find love.You can then chat with your tribe and can see each other’s shared interests, traits, and goals. Your profile is private (you fill it in by answering a series of game-like questions), and you're matched into tribes using an algorithm that relies on more than 150 factors that encompass things like personality, lifestyle, and beliefs.You can leave a tribe at any time for any reason, and for now you can basically join as many as you'd like.MSF has about 200,000 users and a core demographic of 25-36 year olds.According to Hitwise data, the profiles of the top visitors to MSF are Bright Young Things and Urban Cool. At my Lovely Parent.com, instead of a friend describing the hopeful singleton, the adult children describe their 'older' single parent.