30 percent have advanced degrees, 18 percent are executives, VPs or founders and the user base is split 50/50 men and women.
Even though the company is pulling info from Facebook and Linked In, it promises your profile will be hidden from your friends and colleagues, so no run-ins on the app will result in awkward in-person explanations later.
In June last year, Zyng conducted its first speed dating session at Valhalla, Churchgate’s hi-end Spanish themed restaurant.
She has been busy processing the matrimony forms filled by over 300 Parsi boys and girls.
On their Facebook page, the number is well over 400.
Some of them wonder whether they should slip on cheery white and yellow Zyng (Zoroastrian Youth For The Next Generation) tees, a fashionable representation of the one year-old youth forum they are members of.
Zyng’s goal: bring the Parsi youth together (Zyng hosts at least two social events every month), help them get in touch with their roots, and promote what’s probably the community’s need of the hour — intra-community marriages.