The declining fertility rate raises alarms for the economy. Michelle Kamke, 39, of Madison, Wis. It was a good opportunity, she said, to meet someone who also loved skiing. So now a ski resort in Wisconsin is trying a new tack: speed dating on a chairlift. In the documentary Swipedfilmmaker Nancy Jo Sales investigates how dating apps have created unintended consequences in actual relationships. Courtesy of HBO hide caption. Predictably, some of her findings are pretty bleak.
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The success of Tinder in India has encouraged several Indian entrepreneurs to try their luck at matchmaking. Much of this success can be attributed to changing social norms in urban India, a huge population under the age of 30, and the willingness of Indian entrepreneurs to tailor their products according to the needs of young men and women in the country. It was in that Tinder—the Los Angeles-headquartered location-based dating app—made inroads into the country, and became an instant hit among legions of urban youngsters. Still, many—including Woo—count their success in terms of relationships that culminate in wedlocks. In the last few months, dating apps have started spending a lot of money on TV—similar to the kind of marketing storm that was unleashed by e-commerce firms in the last few years.
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