With two degrees from UPenn, investment banking at UBS and Evercore Partners, and business development for Open Peak under his belt, it’s hard to keep him out of the weeds of operations.
He loves entertaining guests both out on the town and on his sailing yacht, where speed is measured in champagne bottles per hour.
The About Me is where you can show off your creative spirit, Bradford says.
It's your chance to be funny and quirky, whether it's through emojis, riddles, or poems.
Stories of friends of friends swiping right on the dating app and then hooking up 45 minutes later spread like wildfire (and Wyldfire). Now with a zillion Tinder-like apps out there catering to your every interest, the real purpose of dating apps has gotten of blurry. There are no lengthy profiles, no questionnaires to fill out about who you are and what you're looking for, and no usernames to overthink.
But does that mean it's harder to find love on them?
A romantic at heart, Alex appreciates a bottle of wine, a tango, and two-person hammock.
Tinder was instantly nicknamed "the hookup app" when it first came out. Couples formed, people got married, babies were made — and so were spinoff apps.
Take a listen below: Bios on dating apps are only a few lines each, so how do you stand out?
Bradford says if you're on apps geared toward one-night stands, and that's not what you're looking for, you should make it clear in your About Me.