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Dutch top woman left dating app Tinder after less than a year

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Top woman Renate Nyborg and the popular dating app Tinder do not go well together. The Dutchman has to resign her position after less than a year. Her departure was announced at the presentation of disappointing quarterly figures from the Match Group, the company behind dating apps such as Tinder and OkCupid.

According to Bernard Kim, CEO of Match Group, the company is looking for a permanent replacement. He says he is optimistic that the changes that have been made will improve the app’s revenue and numbers of users.

Match suffered a net loss for the quarter of $32.4 million, compared to a profit of $140.5 million in the same period last year. Revenue climbed 12 percent to $795 million. However, this was below market experts’ expectations.

Match boss Kim says that while people have returned to normal lives after the lockdowns, the willingness to try out dating apps is not yet back to pre-pandemic levels. Match has had a turbulent year with board changes, a legal battle with Google and disappointing revenues.



Dutch top woman left dating app Tinder after less than a year
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