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10 Stories Not To Miss On GDI This Week

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  1. One Week Left To Buy Early Bird GDI London & Spotlight On Startups Competition Tickets – Just one week left to buy your early bird tickets for the GDI London 2016 conference & Spotlight on Startups event.
  2. How To Optimise Your Return On Investment Post-Brexit – Excellent guest opinion article on post-Brexit landscape by Brad Haverly, B2B Financial Analyst at White Label Dating.
  3. Tinder Is Exclusively Running Cosmopolitan’s Bachelor Of The Year Competition – Men on Tinder will be able to nominate themselves by adding #TinderForCosmoBachelorOfTheYear to their profile on the dating app, and they will be automatically included in the competition.
  4. Apple Will Launch iPhone 7 Next Wednesday – The tech giant sent out invites for the September event this week, where it historically announces a new iPhone, as well as other product updates and releases.
  5. Met Officer Jailed For Having Sex With 15-Year-Old Rape Victim He Met On Tinder – The Ealing officer, 26-year-old James Evans, first connected with the girl on the dating app, exchanging increasingly explicit messages despite the fact that her profile said she was 15.
  6. Why Mainstream Online Dating Is Not Suited To Elite Gay Dating – Opinion article about why elite gay dating is not well served by mainstream dating, by Jacqueline Burns from Vida Consultancy.
  7. MeetMoi Founder Talks About Secrets To Exiting Big In New Podcast – The founder was recently interviewed by John Warrillow for his podcast Built To Sell, which seeks to inform business owners about acquisitions and how to navigate the tricky exit process.
  8. This Site Lets You Easily Search The App Store On Desktop – A new site lets you quickly and easily search & filter the App Store on desktop without having to use the iTunes Store.
  9. Coffee Meets Bagel Has Seen Double Digit Monthly Revenue Growth In 2016 By Focusing On Monetisation – The co-founder of Coffee Meets Bagel, Dawoon Kang, appeared on Bloomberg recently to talk about the dating app’s promising progress over the past year.
  10. Watch The Channel 4 Ashley Madison Documentary Sex, Lies and Cyber Attacks Now – Called Sex, Lies and Cyber Attacks, the show is one of the first to recount the story of the 2015 hack, the information that was leaked and the consequences of the breach.

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Simon Edmunds

Simon is the former editor of Global Dating Insights. Born in Newcastle, he has an English degree from Queen Mary, London and after working for the NHS, trained as a journalist with the Press Association. Passionate about music, journalism and Newcastle United.

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