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Startup Roundup – 29th March

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

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.

AceSpace – For those on the asexuality spectrum: AceSpace is a social network & dating platform for those identifying as Asexual, Aromantic, Aceflux, Aegosexual, Demisexual, Gray-asexual and more. It allows users to find and filter compatible singles based on the level of sex and romance aversion they have.

Koiji – Find the one who feels like home: This dating platform is now inviting singles to get involved for early-access opportunities to meet their long-term love. The Koiji team spent six years working with philosophers and psychologists to fully understand how singles see the world, the basis of its matching algorithm.

The Cliq Connection – Exclusively for participants in Australia’s National Disability Insurance Scheme: This platform helps NDIS participants to form relationships, build friendships, and maintain a sense of companionship.

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

Fox Hunters Club – Find your fox: This new dating app is for singles looking for courtship, rather than hookups or penpals. Its perfect for those who know what they want and are ready for something real.

Bustr – For plus-size singles: This platform helps connect BBW (big beautiful women), BHM (big handsome men), and their admirers.

Bokay – Slow the swipe: Now live in Toronto, Bokay encourages users to discover others in a thoughtful way, rather than a rapid swipe. A potential match’s photos are initially blurred, but as you read through their profile, their image gradually becomes clear.

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