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TORONTO — Markus Frind became more than half a billion dollars richer this week, after Match.com‘s parent company bought his free dating site Plentyof Fish for $575 million.
Not bad for a 36-year-old guy who launched the company from his Vancouver apartment in 2003 following a couple weeks of writing code.
One year after the site was founded, he travelled to 28 countries.
By the five-year mark, his site had 15 million signups and was bringing in $10-million in revenue. Frind would reportedly try to limit his work-day to just five hours.
Fast Life Media seems to have taken it pretty far this time, for a good reason.