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“We grew up watching him build his dream,” said Kang.“We said when we grow up we should start something, too.” Of course, the sisters had no idea they would create a dating app.Explains Kang: “Men love selection and women are selective.” Though CMB has found that only 27 percent of conversations on the app are initiated by women, Kang hopes that #Ladies Choice will give women more confidence to reach out first since they already know that their matches like them.Plus, women can still use the Discover section of the app to pursue men who haven't already liked them.Unlike the almost infinite number of swipes available on its competition, Kang's app gives each user a small number of “bagels” (or matches) each day at noon.This way women don't waste their time swiping and can control the conversation since users only have seven days to respond and set up a date.Says Kang, " I think that iterations and experimentation are the blood and the engine of startups.""Millennials are used to having a lot of options, whether that means 4 a.m.takeout on Seamless or the perpetual swipe-ability to find a date on Tinder.
Mark Cuban offered them million for the company (the largest offer on the show at the time), but they turned him down.
The Kang sisters went on to raise .8 million in series A funding. CMB has now made more than 2.5 billion introductions and created more than 50,000 happy couples.