Dating service for professionals only
Received a match who you think is great, but not for you? There’s also a section of the app where users can seek advice from a matchmaker; they can choose to keep their questions private, or let them be published on the Dating Lounge’s blog. Daniels said, “is emulate what I have going on offline, which is a high-end strategic matchmaking service.” One of the trickiest parts of The Dating Lounge is getting in; after all, it’s an invitation-only group. First off, anyone who was a member on Facebook will automatically have their membership transferred to the mobile app.Then there’s the possibility of getting in through a friend; know someone who’s already in The Dating Lounge, and they can send you an invite.Professors don't want to run into students, or CEOs into their clients: Ms.Khanberg wouldn't disclose how many members were currently signed on, although she did acknowledge that approximately 50% of applicants are accepted.In other ways, the app is also clearly the brainchild of an upscale matchmaker like Ms. Like with most dating apps, members make profiles; they can upload photos and share personal information and interests. Daniels stressed that members get to be extremely specific about just rich they are.
But rarely do profiles require a statement of minimum income.Users can also search for potential matches by 15 different criteria like location, education, income and religion.Should two potential matches approve each other, they can start instant messaging within the app.These figures suggest a move away from early marriage in New Zealand, perhaps due to the fact that many of today’s singles find themselves nurturing their ambitions for success before they think about settling down.Indeed, many Kiwis with dreams of scaling the corporate ladder put marriage and romance on the backburner.