Marriagebook Overview

  • Status
  • Out of Business

  • Latest Deal Type
  • Out of Business

Marriagebook General Information

Description

Developer of a marriage networking site designed to connect individuals looking for marriage. The company's platform makes it simple to connect with like-minded individuals while eliminating any search cost, enabling individuals to find their soulmate in a simplified way.

Contact Information

Ownership Status
Out of Business
Financing Status
Formerly VC-backed
Primary Industry
Social/Platform Software
Corporate Office
  • Fort Lauderdale, FL
  • United States

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Marriagebook Valuation & Funding

Deal Type Date Amount Raised to Date Post-Val Status Stage
2. Out of Business 23-Sep-2021 00000 Completed Out of Business
1. Seed Round 19-Oct-2014 00000 00000 Completed Generating Revenue
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Marriagebook FAQs

  • Who is the founder of Marriagebook?

    Michael Herlache is the founder of Marriagebook.

  • Where is Marriagebook headquartered?

    Marriagebook is headquartered in Fort Lauderdale, FL.

  • What industry is Marriagebook in?

    Marriagebook’s primary industry is Social/Platform Software.

  • Is Marriagebook a private or public company?

    Marriagebook is a Private company.

  • What is Marriagebook’s current revenue?

    The current revenue for Marriagebook is 000000.

  • How much funding has Marriagebook raised over time?

    Marriagebook has raised $100K.

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