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The pair are behind Dil Mil, described as a “Tinder alternative” for the South Asian community.Since Dhaliwal, 27, and Toor, 33, founded the app in 2015, they claim it has made more than 5 million matches — leading to about one marriage every day.For more information, take a look at our regional dating pages: Scotland, Wales, London, Manchester, Essex, Bristol, Birmingham, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Sheffield, Kent, Isle of Wight and Liverpool.Plus many more cities to be found on our UK dating page.
(JTA) — At first glance, KJ Dhaliwal and Sukhmeet Toor may be unlikely candidates to create the latest Jewish-themed dating app. And among the nine other members of their San Francisco-based team, there are exactly zero Jews on staff.“What we’ve done from a branding perspective — we’ve placed ourselves very strategically right in the middle of the spectrum, where people are coming to our product to get a longer-term, higher value relationship,” said Mudit Dawar, vice president of growth and marketing.The team picked Shalom because of its meaning (both hello and peace in Hebrew) and because it’s “a word that every single Jewish person understands,” Dhaliwal said.It can be hard to date in today’s world– even when your requirements are broad.Add in some specifics, such as a desire to find someone who shares your Jewish background, and hard can become very tricky.
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“We solved a problem in that market where there wasn’t a user-friendly tool that was up to the times in terms of how the youth and our generation is using technology to find potential partners,” Dhaliwal said.