How 2 Gen Z entrepreneurs took $9,000 in personal savings and developed a video dating app that’s grown to thousands of users in its first year of launching

Cofounder Sacha Nasan launched a video dating app, Blindlee, in the fall of 2019 with his cousin Glenn Keller. Nasan spent many years as a teen developing and “flipping” apps on the side. Since the start of the pandemic, the app has grown from about 6,000 to 23,000 total users. The 23-year-old entrepreneur focused heavily on PR and influencer outreach during the coronavirus outbreak to increase coverage of the app and draw in more users. The two cofounders also credit heavily investing in beta testing early as key to their success today. Click here for more BI Prime

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