My non-black friends typically receive right swipes from every Tom, Dick and Harry.
In addition, Justin and Brian recently launched the first lifestreaming app for urban millennials, We Chill.
Mastering Millennials The Garrards credit much of their success to understanding that “millennials care about authenticity, particularly expressing themselves creatively. All you need is a phone, and you have your own entertainment company,” says Brian.
The siblings also toured colleges and hosted mixers to build Bae’s customer base. “We actually launched Bae in April 2015 at Howard University in front of a crowd of about 2,500 students at its annual Springfest.
The video from our launch went viral, and we had millions of views and about 17,000 downloads in our first month,” says Justin. ” Best in Show Bae was named one of the “11 Best Black Dating Apps for 2016” by Dating and is registered as a “Top 50 Lifestyle App” in 20 countries across the Diaspora.
Check out their backstory: 14 A recent Pew Research study reveals that’s the approximate percentage of African-Americans who have used dating sites or apps, compared with 16 percent of Whites.