Shark tank bagel dating site

CAUTION: PRODUCT WILL BE HOT From frozen unwrap Pancakes and place on a microwave safe dish. That said, while we make every effort to send your bagels on the first possible ship date, we ask that during high volume spikes (e.g., after a tv event or major sale, holiday seasons), you allow up to 10 business days for us to process and send your order.Please know that we very much appreciate your patience and understanding!

Due to the perishable nature of our product, our mini stuffed bagels and pancakes are shipped incredibly carefully, with 5lbs of dry ice, custom coolers, and stringent “perishable” shipping specifications through UPS.That said, unfortunately anything that we send out may not be sent back to us for a return.To put this in context: back in 2004, there were 844,100 Singapore residents who were singles — that number rose to 1,048,100 in 2014, an increase of almost 25% over 10 years.While the population of Singapore did increase proportionately in the last decade, the fact that over 1 million people are single in Singapore (which has a population of about 5.4 million) can be a worrying thought.Coffee Meets Bagel, a dating app described as the "anti-Tinder" and led by three sisters who turned down a million buyout from Mark Cuban, launched in London on Wednesday.

The latest entrant to an increasingly crowded scene that includes OKCupid, Hinge, Happn, and of course Tinder, the smartphone app distinguishes itself through a radical focus on the quality of the matches it offers rather the quantity — namely, by offering just one a day. It's this hyper-selectivity — the exact opposite of the approach most other dating apps take — that has had it frequently described as the "anti-Tinder." It's an assessment cofounder Dawoon Kang told Business Insider she agrees with "to an extent." The company doesn't disclose revenue or user numbers, but closed an million Series A funding round earlier in 2015 — and notably turned down a million buy-out offer from Mark Cuban on "Shark Tank" (the American version of "Dragon's Den").So far, Coffee Meets Bagel claims to have helped 10,000 couples meet each other, and that over 120 marriages have resulted from their service.Will Coffee Meets Bagel be successful in Singapore? In the meantime, we will be waiting patiently for our bagels to show up.On the TV show, entrepreneur and investor Mark Cuban offered a cool million to acquire the company, but it was swiftly rejected by the Kang sisters, knowing that they would be growing even more.According to The Fiscal Times, there are currently over 21 million users on Coffee Meets Bagel — mostly in their 20s and 30s — all around the world.To make sure that you are satisfied with the product you receive, please inspect the contents as soon as your order arrives.