They never want to go on a date because they’re either in a relationship or they’re just addicted to the internet and they just do this as a hobby.
My advice is two or three emails over and back and after that you should be looking to meet up.
“We meet all our people and spend anything up to two hours initially to get to know them and the type of people that they want to be introduced to,” founder Bill Phelan explains.
“We verify that they are who they say they are via passports etc.
Speed dating was once thought of as a bit of a fad but is now the acceptable face of dating and average prices for a speed dating night range from €20-€25.
Some offer food and a drink and often it will be age specific, like the events organised by Getout.ie, where nights for 35-year-old pluses or 24-35 year-olds are offered.
After doing a ton of research (for months on end) on the possible markets to specialise in, I was hooked by the dating niche.
It’s a more expensive option and membership rates can start from €300.
Two’s Company ( twoscompany.ie) is a matchmaking agency for professionals where the €500 fee guarantees several things.
She started the business to help her sister find a boyfriend.
“I’d love to be able to tell you I did but I’m still searching for her, but a few couples have already moved in together, although as it only started late 2010 it’s too early for weddings yet.” First Date supper clubs, which include a three-course meal, glass of prosecco on arrival and personalised matching service afterwards, costs €55.
If this is not your niche, do you know of others in this niche? How successful has this niche been for you, at getting clients, helping people and earning a living?