“I guess I am a very curious man in general and, when I started in the digital business, it was something entirely new and unknown,” he said.
“I felt there was really something to build and I knew it would become something big in the future.” Inspired, Rappaport created the world’s first B2B marketplace for textiles, Textileeguide, in 1998.
“With more experience and many more ideas, I was eager to move on and build something new…
[Something] useful to everyone in the world, yet impossible at the time: getting closer to your relatives and friends [who live] miles away by sharing your videos online in two clicks,” Rappaport said.
“It has never been so difficult to connect with people in real life than today,” Rappaport told .
“Most of the existing dating services are very virtual and often very time-consuming – or basically work like a ‘human online shop’.
After studying economics at the University of Bordeaux, Rappaport went into the family textiles business, where he was charged with sourcing materials from Asia to be sold across Europe.
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