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We wanted to optimize the impact by systematically reviewing what works and what doesn’t work.
The site needed an independent system to support its continuous test-and-learn methodology and it needed it to be quick to set-up and easy to use. Using ADvantage, the team started with a long-tail approach, selecting the smaller digital channels first where the risk was minimal and the knowledge curve was high.
Cofounded in 2013 by tech-savvy brothers Brian, 28, and Justin Gerrard, 30 and friend Jordan Kunzika, 22, a first-generation, Angolan-American, Bae grew out of a conversation that came up over a dinner for young entrepreneurs in NYC.
When the topic turned to online dating, the three began to discuss the difficulties that their peers were facing when trying to meet people on Tinder and other apps.“For many of our friends of color, particularly black men and women, the experience on mass-marketing dating apps like Tinder and Match was unfulfilling, and at times degrading,” says Justin Gerrard.