The story of Match.com with founder of One-and-Only (now known as Match.com)

Match.com has become one of the largest dating sites in the world. This is a rare chance to listen to the story of Match.com from Will Bunker, founder of One-and-Only (now known as Match.com), which became the largest online dating site of the 90s with only $100K in capital. 

Will has also launched several consumer internet projects, including vChatter.com, which became one of the largest Facebook video chatting site with over 5 million users, and YoYoBrain.com a self study site. 

Will is currently an angel investor. Some of his investments include CriticalWatch, an enterprise security software company, Bourbon and Boots (Fab meets Southern Living), and Sprig (food). 

Pizza, salad and drinks are provided.

Space is very limited. RSVP early. 


Price: 

$20 before Wednesday, July 16 

$30 on the day of the event - Wednesday, July 16


Agenda

6:30pm – 7:00pm – networking and short introductions

7:00pm – 8:00pm – Will Bunker's speech and Q&A

8:00pm – more networking

8:30pm - event ends


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