Speed dating market research
Revenue gains averaged 2.9% per year to reach .0 billion in 2013, with consumers increasingly turning to the internet to meet prospective dates.
“Industry firms that provide subscription-based membership, however, faced revenue declines during 2009 due to declining per capita disposable income levels during the recession,” explains IBISWorld industry analyst Caitlin Moldvay.
In addition, revenue for the mobile dating market is expected to nearly double in the next five years, with rising smartphone adoption and new location-based features leading the market.
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That same year, a working group had been set up by the Government, led by the Ministry of Telecommunications, to examine digital finance.
However, by 2013, discussions had reached an impasse.
The concept of speed dating is well known, and in design and research the same idea is applied to comparing multiple design concepts or ideas in rapid succession.
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The percentage of households with access to the internet is projected to continue rising throughout the period, which will expand the consumer market for online dating services.