How to date men dating secrets from americas top matchmaker
For Caroline's clients there is no trawling the internet looking at photos, no online chats and no exaggerated profiles. Not only do 72 per cent of her clients leave the service having met a partner, Caroline was recently voted the world's most successful matchmaker at i Date, the dating industry's Oscars, in Las Vegas.
The judges praised her for "changing the face of dating, making it a more affordable and mainstream service for today's singles".
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This means that Caroline, a 30-year-old former charity worker and child psychologist from London who set up her tailored matchmaking service Mutual Attraction just two years ago, beat off stiff competition from the American giants of the dating world.
This year marks the first time the trophy has been awarded to a UK company and is testament to Caroline's success in 2013 which led directly to four marriages, seven engagements, five babies and "lots of people happily living and enjoying their life together".
Instead she is on a mission to find men: interesting, presentable, solvent, kind, successful men - "the good genuine guys" - who are eager to start serious relationships with her roster of busy professional female clients.
They equate their businesses to executive search firms; some refer to themselves as headhunters for the heart.
For men and women with money, prestige or a wall of diplomas who want to keep their search for a mate under wraps, matchmakers offer the confidentiality they want with the hope of improving their chances of meeting the perfect partner.
"I spend time getting to know each member personally and then find their perfect partner by going out and meeting people on their behalf.
We thoroughly vet them to ensure they are serious and I only set up the couples that I intuitively feel are compatible," she says.
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