Exclusive dating agencies dublin
I have been Match Making for approximately eight years and pride myself in matching you with the person that ticks ALL your boxes!I meet you and if I don’t have that person on my books, I will find them.People coming out of another relationship or who have lost a partner are looking for a partner, a companion and somebody with shared values.” Describing their company as the “more serious, professional end of the market”, Haskins says women need to be aware of the impact that rejection or ridicule can have on a man’s confidence – even an outwardly confident man. Women will discuss and analyse their problems with their female friends but if a man tries to bring the topic up with his male friends, they tend to shy away from it as they are not comfortable discussing issues of the heart.
Aware that men tend to be shy of joining online dating sites, the couple decided to build their agency and brand around men.
The idea came to Maycock on a Saturday night out in her local bar, Gibneys of Malahide, when she noticed a well-dressed, attractive guy aged around 40 clutching a pint near the bar.
She assumed he was waiting for friends or a partner but noticed over the course of the night that he was still standing there alone and realised he was trying to meet somebody.
Old-fashioned matchmaking agencies such as Intro, Two’s Company, Top Match, Singlelista and the Cork-based Two Hearts Meet have all spotted the opportunity to provide introduction services to people who are either fed up or too busy to keep trying.
Rena Maycock (33) and her partner Feargal Harrington (29) from Kinsealy, Co Dublin, who were introduced by Feargal’s brother, set up Intro Matchmaking (intro.ie) in 2011 and have more than 1,000 members on their books.
“It can take a lot of courage and the social rejection can be cruel at times.