When the matchmaker has found a perfect match, he would arrange another meeting with each of the clients separately to further determine compatibility.
There must be a better way of meeting people than hanging out in a bar, thought Jose de Lasa, now 32, while attending Tulane Law School in New Orleans and doing just that.
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This business is good for those who like to play matchmaker with friends and those who like to socialize.
The idea stayed in the back of his mind even after becoming a lawyer in 1996.
Sometimes, there might be one or two matches and in that case, a matchmaker might leave it to the client to choose a preferred one.No matter which approach you choose, starting a business like this will require a detailed application that prospective daters can fill out.Include places for applicants to talk about their work, family, religious and social activities.While de Lasa went to Barnes and Noble to research how to write a business plan, Graham Mc Aden, 28, a public relations account executive for consumer products such as Burger King, languished at his job and told friends about the "socializing service" he dreamed of opening.Then one day a friend told him someone had already done his idea.Your best customers will tend to be those between the ages of 25 and 35.