Publicly traded online dating companies

24-Aug-2016 15:12

But YY, once ridiculed for hosting odd live content, has yet to grow into that league and has had to overcome a number of issues before getting on a path toward prosperity.In a recent note to clients, JPMorgan analyst Alex Yao said YY was "well positioned to capture the growth opportunities in China's live broadcasting realm." Former YY Chief Executive Zhou Chen, who left the company last month for health reasons, echoed that sentiment in his last conference call with investors.The main player in the Chinese market for gay dating apps is the homegrown Blued, which was started in 2013 by Geng Le, a former police officer.Geng, who says his app draws around 3 million daily users, welcomed Beijing Kunlun's investment in Grindr."As the leading live streaming platform in China, we are confident that we have what it takes to further expand our market share in this growing industry and create additional value for all our stakeholders," Chen said.

All but a handful of China's internet users connect via a mobile device. This internet explosion in China has given rise to a plethora of publicly traded internet companies.Michael has been creating and growing profitable Internet businesses for over 20 years.For proof that China is crazy about the internet, just look at the numbers.After earning a BS in Chemical Engineering from the University of California at Berkeley in 1985, Adam started his career at The Procter and Gamble Company, first in product development and then in brand management.He left P&G to earn an MBA from the Harvard Business School and worked for the Boston Consulting Group during and following completion of his MBA.

All but a handful of China's internet users connect via a mobile device. This internet explosion in China has given rise to a plethora of publicly traded internet companies.Michael has been creating and growing profitable Internet businesses for over 20 years.For proof that China is crazy about the internet, just look at the numbers.After earning a BS in Chemical Engineering from the University of California at Berkeley in 1985, Adam started his career at The Procter and Gamble Company, first in product development and then in brand management.He left P&G to earn an MBA from the Harvard Business School and worked for the Boston Consulting Group during and following completion of his MBA."It shows the Chinese capital market's acceptance of LGBT social networks and their huge potential," he said.