“They all ended up downloading the app and beta testing it,” said Bradford, who was then 30 and finishing up her MBA at Stanford.She says Wharton is already the second most represented school on the platform after Harvard Business School.The League conducted a survey on the country’s best cities for aspiring power couples and ranked Philadelphia 7th just behind Washington, DC.The app is currently live in only six cities — San Francisco, New York, Los Angeles, Boston, DC and London — and Philadelphia will be the company’s seventh launch, the first of a 10-city summer rollout that’s currently underway.Includes potential conflicts for Similar matches Detailed Linguistics Analysis flags any potential inappropriate meanings in other major languages Quality Scoring: Using an advanced quality scoring algorithm, we ensure that you receive more ideas from our top quality creatives. We just couldn't step away from our current brand and be creative with a new name.Gamification: We use badges, points, a leader board, and other features to encourage high-quality brainstorming and two-way communication throughout your contest. Funny though, I don't think we will use the winners exact name but it will be very close. Feel free to use my quote (or a cleaned up version) anywhere.
Plus it went so quickly that the immediate gratification was fun. Instead of racking your brain all day and night, why not tap into the minds of people from around the world to give you a unique perspective on naming your next biggest idea or project? Philly will also allow the startup to come full circle.Bradford says Philly actually launched The League two years ago when Wharton students mistakenly got a notification about the platform while it was still in stealth mode.“I don’t think The League will be the best way to meet people.Receive a comprehensive Trademark report across major global Trademark databases. :) This service was critical for the naming process.
Most groups of friends I approached were dating app veterans, and some were eager to have a new option, while others were skeptical and just there for a free drink. I have a presence on them, but I don’t rely on them solely to find my soul mate,” Philadelphia media personality Stephanie Humphrey, told me.