History of eHarmony eHarmony is a private company headquartered in Pasadena, California. eHarmony claims that its “patented matching technology is based on more than 35 years of empirical and clinical research on what goes into successful relationships, and it brings together singles using a scientifically-proven set of compatibility principles.”
eHarmony was officially founded in 2000 by Neil Clark Warren, Ph. The online dating site was launched in and developed by Ph.D. psychologists, led by Dr. Warren. The site was built with one venture round of $3 million and was cash flow positive within two years of launching. Investors in eHarmony include Fayez Sarofim & Co.
In 1999, eHarmony listed a survey for married couples to take in order to receive their “, the site had redesigned itself into an online dating singles matchmaking service
Before eHarmony took an online dating service direction, it was more of a website with insight into improving marriages and relationships that already existed.
In , eHarmony claimed to have 3 million members. That number grew to 4 million registered members by . Now the eHarmony registered member count is over 5 million. eHarmony also claims more marriages per match than any other online dating service. By eHarmony announced an estimated 2,0 and that number grew to more than 2,500 known , eHarmony had claimed more than 6,0. That number drastically changed when the results of a Harris Interactive study found that between , over 33,000 couples that met on eHarmony married. That’s an average of 90 a day. […]