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Wednesday, May 13 • 4:00pm - 5:00pm

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Session Title: Dating Your Customers

It’s 2015, you’ve got a lot of choices. If you’re not having a love affair with your mobile app, you’re moving on to greener pastures. You don’t have time for your one-star app to be loading around the house in ratty sweatpants, and then freezing and force-quitting before you’re even ready to get going. You have needs. At Hinge, we have a love affair with our customers. We go out of our way to anticipate their needs, and give them more than they expect. We are givers, not takers. We also shower before meeting friends and family. The bottom line: we take these relationships very seriously. Come join Sam Levy (VP of Product) as he explains Hinge’s growth strategy, which starts with building the loyalty of the core memberbase. The conversation will discuss both product and marketing strategies that help Hinge stand out in a crowded industry. Following the presentation, there will be a Q&A with members of the marketing, product, and engineering teams and hopefully some juicing first date stories.

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Sam Levy

VP of Product, Hinge

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Wednesday May 13, 2015 4:00pm - 5:00pm EDT
  Flatiron-Union Sq, Diamond
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  • Company Description Hinge was founded with the belief that technology should enhance the real world, not replace it. We’ve created a dating experience that mirrors meeting through friends - but is much smarter and more effective. We do this by intelligently curating potential matches from your extended friend network, creating a transparent environment where you can see school, workplace and other details that matter, then when there’s a mutual match, helping move the conversation offline. Essentially, we’re creating “Facebook for dating” - the go-to place to find people that you’d actually want to date and be in a relationship with.

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