Our mission is to be the leader in social dating for meaningful relationships. We've been around since 2009 and through a series of business ventures, mergers and acquisitions, we're well on the way to achieving our mission.
Spark acquired Zoosk, marking a two-fold increase in scale and making it the second-largest dating company in North America.
Spark relaunched SilverSingles, a premium dating app for 50+ dating.
Germany-based Affinitas GmgH merged with U.S.-based Spark Networks Inc. to create Spark Networks SE. They went public under the ticker symbol “LOV.”
Affinitas GmbH acquired Attractive World, propelling the company’s position in France.
EliteSingles launched in the U.S.
eHarmony sold back their stake in eDarling to existing shareholders.
EliteSingles, an app for educated singles and professionals, launched in the United Kingdom, Canada and Australia.
eDarling expanded internationally.
eHarmony invested in Affinitas GmbH.
Venture capitalists invested in Berlin start-up Affinitas GmbH. Their first app, eDarling, was launched in Germany.
Christian Mingle – the app synonymous with Christian dating in the U.S. – as well as LDS Singles and another Jewish dating app, JSwipe, were added to the Spark Networks Inc. portfolio.
Spark Networks Inc. launched out of a West Los Angeles condominium with Jdate, a niche dating site for the Jewish community.