Jay Wadhwani is a New York-based Certified Product Innovation professional and CEO of SETMEup, a dating app. In August 2022, he came into the limelight after he appeared on Netflix’s television reality series Indian Matchmaking. Jay Wadhwani with Aparna Shewakramani in the Indian Matchmaking Season 1 (2020).Soon after completing his college studies, he joined TiE Boston, a member-based organisation as its Marketing & Due Diligence Lead in August 2011. He worked with this organisation till 2013. In 2012, he joined IBM as its Product Marketing Manager and worked there until June 2014. LinkedIn – Jay Wadhwani.In January 2014, he co-established AugoTv, a technology solution app. The same year, he established Singled Out, a dating app and XO: Get Opinions Fast, a social discovery app.In 2015, he co-founded the THEBARTrivia app, an app related to trivia games. Jay Wadhwani – LinkedIn.In February 2016, he joined LinkedIn as its Products Operation manager and worked with the organisation till March 2019.He then joined Pandora, an audio discovery platform as its Senior Product Manager and worked in the position till July 2020. The same year, he co-founded Painted Countertops. Painted Countertops is a business that deals with works of art with epoxy. Epoxy Kitchen Counters with Painted Countertops.In June 2022, he joined Instagram, a social-media app as its Product Manager. Jay Wadhwani’s Instagram team.He is the co-founder and CEO of SETMEUp, a social discovery platform. In an interview, he talked about his app and said, We started 2 years ago with the fundamental idea that social accountability was missing in online dating. By connecting people through their mutual friends, we enable others to leverage their own social circle to build relationships. We launched our web app on Nov 1, 2013, with tremendous success, registering more than 20,000 users and 60 million viewable profiles in our database. Our mobile app is expected to release on March 8, 2014.”.Along with working as a product manager, he writes as a relationship correspondent for AskMen.com. In an interview, he talked about this and said, I’ve always had a passion for relationship psychology. I’ve studied how to build attraction into meaningful relationships by sharing experiences for the last ten years. I wrote as a Relationship Correspondent for AskMen.com and have been published in front of 7 million people.” Global Dating Insights.In an interview, Jay Wadhwani discussed the online dating industry and said that he considers Tinder, an online dating network, a decent dating service. He said, I guess I would say Tinder, but for one reason in particular. They did what I always wanted to do, but quicker – they proved college students would use dating apps. The problem with Tinder, however, is that the stigma has now evolved into hookup dating. That works for some people, but for most, it doesn’t. Even the people that want to hookup don’t blatantly express that intention. As a result nobody trusts anybody else and the whole system falls apart.” Global Dating Insights.