Kudos & Press

Our hard work is being noticed and recognized. Here's where trint.me has been featured so far. If you have any press inquiries, please direct them to contact@trint.me.

The Washington Times

Feb 14, 2013

Vowing to “take friendships further,” the company TrintMe is offering an app allowing users to privately set their true intentions, or “trints,” for their Facebook friends.

TechCrunch features TrintMe

Feb 14, 2013

TechCrunch published an article on TrintMe calling it a classier app that lets you find Facebook friends who want to hang out, not just hook up.

Social News Daily

Feb 13, 2013

Social News Daily published an article on TrintMe calling it the romance app.

TrintMe amongst the top 3 teams at the B.E.T.A. Challenge!

Apr 18, 2012

TrintMe was amongst the top 3 teams at the *Babson Entrepreneurial Thought and Action* (B.E.T.A.) Challenge.

As part of Founder's Day, the 2012 B.E.T.A. Challenge recognized major milestones startups have achieved by taking action.

TrintMe featured in Boston Innovation!

Apr 6, 2012

Ms. Lauren Landry published a story on TrintMe in Boston Innovation. Appearing close on the heels of becoming the finalists at the B.E.T.A Challenge, the article highlighted TrintMe's applicability in the world of relationships.

Click here for the complete article.

Opinion of Boston based relationship experts

"TrintMe could prove valuable to people who genuinely struggle with relationship communication and rejection."
- Dr. Karen Ruskin, Relationship Expert, Massachusetts Based Psychotherapist, TV Guest Expert, Author.

Opinion of LA based relationship expert

"TrintMe could be a good way for women, especially, to test the waters with men without alienating them."
Ms. Julie Spira | Bestselling author, radio host and Los Angeles based Relationship expert.

TrintMe wins the Big Idea Competition and receives $40,000 in grants!

The Big Idea Competition was part of the Babson Entrepreneurship Forum. The competition prize of $40,000 was just the high the team needed to top off their successful social experiment at Babson College.

A panel of judges and 300 members of the audience collaboratively decided the winner.

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