"Some people want to speed things up and meet more people and then it becomes more expensive . The decision about who meets whom is made by Berkeley's staff, who receive special training, rather than by computerized data-matching. Verbeeck says that entrepreneurs and financiers are "well represented", along with senior business managers, lawyers, doctors and some "high-profile people" including actors and sportspeople.
There is no online posting of photos and individual details. About 60 percent of Berkeley's members are women and roughly the same proportion are divorced. Verbeeck herself is divorced but in a relationship.
Our marriage agency has been successfully working in Moscow for many years.
Our managers meet every client in person and help to choose the proper partner based on the client’s requirements and their professional experience.
It also has a small presence in the US that it aims to expand.
About one in 10 applicants is politely turned down, usually because they have unrealistic expectations – "there's no such thing as superman or superwoman", says Ms.There is a lot of demand for same-sex introductions, says Ms. "It's different, with different intuitions for matchmaking.We have to employ the right people." As for persuading clients to remain part of a longer-term members' club, Ms.Like everyone else, high-flying international business people are looking for love.But it seems their demands, when it comes to dating, can be surprisingly stereotyped. They think they will be very demanding and high-maintenance and give them a hard time. They obviously have some feeling that French men are not very loyal." So says Inga Verbeeck, head of European operations at Berkeley International, a dating agency for the very wealthy that is expanding across the continent to meet rising demand from well-heeled lonely hearts.