The Startup Roundup – 9th February 2018

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Startup news this week:

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  1. CS major creates dating-style app to replace rush – “FastRush” will be replacing the traditional rush system for sororities starting in Spring 2019.
  2. Just your type: This fitness startup draws inspiration from the online dating world – RightFit Personal Training, a Chicago-based marketplace for personal trainers, uses surveys filled out by consumers to match them with a potential trainer.
  3. Dating App LoveAgain Launches New Feature that Searches through Thousands of Photos Based on a User’s Past History of Likes and Dislikes – LoveAgain is the dating app for those who have recently experienced a relationship breakup or are just getting back into the dating scene.
  4. Make Awkward First Dates and Tedious Small Talk a Thing of the Past with Brezaadating App Brezaa allows you to send personalised fun icebreakers to start a conversation.
  5. Gamer-Dating.com Aims to Match Single Gamers Taking a Break from 2018 Releases Anticipation – Gamer-Dating is a safe platform that provides all gaming enthusiasts with a chance to express themselves, meet other similar singles, and connect with them on a more meaningful level.
  6. New Mobile Dating App Rescue Me Tonight Launches on Kickstarter – A father/daughter team at Rincon Strategies, LLC, is pleased to announce launch of the Kickstarter campaign introducing the public to the app being called the Uber of online dating.
  7. First Matchmaking Firm in Asia Will Launch Sophisticated Dating Apps Soon – My Champagne says the dating application Sweet On is made exclusively for committed professionals who want to discover their lifetime partners.
  8. Date Protect App – Online Dating Safety Assistant | NewsWatch Review – Date Protect is an online dating safety assistant. It helps you stay connected with your loved ones, so they know your status throughout the date.