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Reopening in New York Dating - So Syncd

Michele Schultz

Sisters fund $1 million for personality type dating app
Introvert(INFP) Jessica Alderson(right) and extrovert (ESFJ) Louella Alderson(left)So Syncd

Sisters found a dating app that determines a matching compatible with $1 million put in to grow a user base in the United States.

The app implies the same algorithm on Myers-Briggs to match users with a compatible other. Now out of the compatible match dating apps out there, So Syncd uses context. In taking a personality quiz recommended list on Buzzfeed then after given a percentage with each compatible match show a chance whether form a connection?

During the pandemic, the matching algorithm help syncd each download the app. Jessica and Louella suspect many more love stories don't know about yet.

Jessica comment:

Technology has come such a long way over the past decade, yet dating apps are still based on looks. So Syncd adds the missing piece of the jigsaw puzzle: personality compatibility.

Within, Upscalers Investment Club participation from KM Captial, a US VC firm, and some angel investors.

Yoann Benhacoun of Upscalers put out:

I love Jessica and Louella’s enthusiasm and passion for building So Syncd. I'm thrilled to be supporting them on their journey. They know their market well and are determined to deliver the best experience for their users to connect.

Finally, Louella mention:

We have a highly engaged user base. A match on our app is seven times more likely to result in a conversation compared industry average.

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Hello, I am Michele, a New York City contributor providing the local and news-centric straight out of the observant eye. If you have a story? Find me on Twitter @byMicheleS and Instagram @micheleverse.

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