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Since being founded in 2005, Cupid plc has grown and transformed. From its humble beginnings as an Edinburgh-based start-up to being the first UK dating company to be listed in the London Stock Exchange (AIM), here are some of the figures that make us who we are:

1,4M

page views everyday in

over 100

countries

1,131,199

messages exchanged

every day

by

users

everywhere

6

awards and counting including

best Dating

Site at

iDate

awards

Our Brands

At Cupid, we offer a network of online dating sites, rather than a single core brand. Our diverse brand portfolio allows us to reach mainstream, niche and specific regional markets with highly relevant products and services, tailored to a variety of dating lifestyles and cultures.

Developments

Cupid’s development hub constantly strives for the delivery of innovative and quality products and features to lead the online dating industry’s rapid growth. The company’s ambitious vision is no less than to redefine the way we look at dating in general, on and offline.

1

With online safety at the forefront of customer experience, Cupid runs a powerful automated system that detects scammers before they do any damage. Partnering with the most advanced cybercrime prevention solutions, our team of highly experienced risk managers operates 24/7 checks on suspicious activity and blocks fraudulent users.

Anti-scam
2

The world and their mother have gone mobile. Cupid’s leading brands now operate in the mobile web and app spaces. Our customers date and browse profiles on the go, on Android, iPhone and tablets. Our apps have fluid, intuitive usability with contemporary interface, to provide an utterly sophisticated mobile dating service, wherever you are.

Mobile
3

Logged out, unplugged, offline. The real ‘click’ only happens in the analogue reality of the personal encounter. Cupid brings dating to life in leading singles’ events and practical relationship and dating advice. Waiting behind the face of technology won’t do at all. We’re committed to dating. That must mean meeting, in the flesh, face-to-face.

Offline