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A year ago, Markus Frind had no intention of ever selling his wildly successful Vancouver-based online dating service Plenty Of Fish.
Also, in order to avoid the boredom factor, I advise you to send messages to those people that have well-written, interesting profiles.He also plans to get involved in other businesses, as he recently bought a major stake in online furniture retailer Cymax for million."It's a business that is very easy to understand and it's also very large, with 0 million in revenues (expected) this year," he said."I'll look at businesses that are later stage and can grow to multiples of where they currently are."So would Frind ever consider starting up another company from scratch? "Been there, done that."===Click here to report a typo or visit vancouversun.com/typo. We'd like to hear from you about this or any other stories you think we should know about.That's 2 million in Canadian dollars — a copious quantity of money for anyone, especially someone who grew up in Hudson's Hope in northeastern B. on a farm without running water."I remember when we boiled snow for a few months because there was no running water," Frind said in an interview after the sale to Match Group was announced."You get really resourceful when you grow up on a farm because if anything breaks, you have to fix it and make it work.