In the nearly two years since it was launched, Tinder, the “wildly popular mobile dating app”, has become “something of a cultural phenomenon”, says Time.com. Its user base, mainly comprising 18-24 year-olds, continues to mushroom globally, putting its youthful co-founder, Sean Rad, 27, firmly in the spotlight.
Last year, Forbes included him in its “30 Under 30” list; this year, he was named as one of the Fast Company’s “Most Creative People in Business”.
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