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After creating an events company for single yogis, Amy Baglan realized there was an opportunity to create a space where people living conscious lifestyles practicing things like yoga, mindfulness and more could meet one another. And MeetMindful was born. The Denver company has a website and an iOS app where users are pre-vetted based on their interests and values.
When Mike Keshian saw an ad for FarmersOnly. So he decided to make it himself. LuvByrd started out as a dating app for skiers but has evolved into a community for the entire outdoor industry.
Users share basic demographic information along with more niche-specific details like the outdoor activities they enjoy, split up by season, and where they like to go for these activities. They can search for other users based on their shared hobbies and can contact one another directly. And the product seems to be working; Keshian met his girlfriend on the site two years ago while it was still in beta. Darren Roberts, Kenny Frisman and Todd Mitchem had all witnessed loved ones go through heartbreak after opening up about their medical and recreational cannabis use.
They wanted to find a way for consumers to break the stigma and instead connect with fellow cannabis enthusiasts, both for friendship and for love. They created Denver-based HighThere! When completing a profile, users answer questions like their preferred consumption method swhat they do for fun and what kind of foods and movies they like. In fact, a couple who met on the app will be getting married later this year.
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