Global Dating Company, Spark Networks, Expands Primary U.S. Brands Globally
NEW YORK, NY – April 10, 2018 – Today, Spark Networks, the leading global dating company with a portfolio of premium brands designed for singles seeking serious relationships, announced the global expansion of two of its core dating brands. Jdate, the premier Jewish dating platform, and Christian Mingle, the world’s largest and most established Christian dating community, have both expanded services, languages, and local market support throughout Europe.
In response to user demand, the expansions are part of a broader initiative to further enable the global Jewish and Christian communities to connect, communicate, and find life partners in their native language. Originally available in English, Hebrew and French, Jdate is now also available in German and Spanish. Christian Mingle is now available in French, German and Spanish, in addition to English. Both Jdate and Christian Mingle will be rolling out Russian and Polish language and local support in the coming months.
“Jdate and Christian Mingle are undoubtedly the go-to resources when looking for love in Jewish and Christian communities, respectively, when looking for love, and we’re so eager to expand the platforms to serve a global audience,” said Jeronimo Folgueira, CEO of Spark Networks. “As these brands continue to grow, it is our commitment to ensure that anyone looking for love is able to connect in a simple way, in the language they feel most comfortable with. We’ll be expanding to other countries and languages soon and are very excited for what’s next.”
About Spark Networks SE
Listed on the NYSE American LLC exchange under the ticker symbol "LOV”, Spark Networks SE is a leading global dating company that specializes in premium brands designed for singles seeking serious relationships. The company’s portfolio of online dating brands includes EliteSingles, Jdate, Christian Mingle, eDarling, JSwipe, SilverSingles, Attractive World, Adventist and LDS Singles, amongst others. Formed in 2017 through the merger of Affinitas GmbH (founded in 2008) and Spark Networks Inc. (founded in 1997)