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Saturday 20 January 2018

The real Summit? CEO of Tinder heads to Copper Face Jacks while in Dublin

Sean Rad
Sean Rad
Copper Face Jacks
Clare Cullen

Clare Cullen

Tinder CEO Sean Rad reportedly visited the legendary nightclub of love while he was in Dublin.

Rad headed with friends to the notorious nightclub spot following his appearance at the Web Summit last Wednesday.

The Sunday World reports that he tested his own app while in the nightclub - presumably to check it was working downstairs in the venue.

During his speech at the Web Summit, he claimed that "over 80 per cent on tinder are there to find long term relationships".

"Tinder is increasing the number of connections in the world".

"It’s been our mission since day one to uncover every possible relationship that can happen".

Web Summit co-founder Paddy Cosgrave described the app as a "game-changer" during the talk.

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