The Richard Ivey School of Business (The college of Western Ontario), Intouch mag (Winter 2009 edition), features a feature tale regarding reputation of a few of their unique students who are profitable business males inside the online dating sector. Lavalife co-founder Nicholas Paine (HBA ’83) is actually questioned very first. He talks about their knowledge of the first 1990’s of transforming their particular Tele-classifieds business (classified listings over the phone) into an internet personals site, and by 2001 into the popular dating site Lavalife.
Sam Moorcroft (MBA ’95), normally questioned regarding how the guy started the popular Christian dating internet site, ChristianCafe.com. Inside late 90’s Sam had utilized a U.S. based Christian online dating service in order to meet ladies locally as well as on counsel from a buddy chose to begin an internet site himself.
The key to the prosperity of Christian Cafe.com ended up being filling up a distinct segment in the market. Moorcroft understood from the ladies he had outdated they wished to satisfy believers like themselves.
Initially many years Sam along with his bro held down several jobs to support by themselves even though they got their own online dating service off the ground. In a decade ChristianCafe.com has grown into a multi-million dollar company.
To find out more details about these dating services from Canada, read the ChristianCafe.com overview and our very own Lavalife overview.