So Syncd Named As ‘One To Watch’ In 2022

So Syncd has been named as one of the 15 ‘tech startups to watch‘ in 2022 by Fast Company. The British based dating platform was named alongside the likes of US supply chain tech firm Landing AI, health and bioscience startup Prime Medicine, and many more.

Fast Company said that “Online dating represents a huge social and cultural transformation. By some accounts, more than half of relationships start with an app or dating site. And yet dating tech still has real limitations. So Syncd, founded by sisters Jessica and Louella Alderson, has a novel approach that leans on science a bit more than other apps.

“Instead of the face-value, swipe-right-swipe-left routine, So Synced’s app matches people based on their Myers-Briggs Personality Type, which is derived from a five-minute test. Then, using an advanced algorithm (aka secret sauce), the platform matches people who might have some commonalities. The company, which started in 2021, says it already has more than 100K users and has paired more than a thousand couples.

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Luke Smith

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