It is a model shared by Hong Kong-based app Grouvly, which sets up groups of six people for dates.
'Hard to meet people'"When I came to Asia, I realised it was hard to meet people," explains Colombian-born CEO Camilo Paredes."I also realised that most of the Asians were somewhat shy, they're not confrontational, they don't put themselves out there."His solution was to mimic American Grouper, which matches two people according to the information on their Facebook profiles, then asks them to bring two friends with them to a bar for a six-person meet up.
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