We soon found ourselves being approached by television shows and were featured on the X-Factor, Big Brother & Gok Wan.In 2014 we won the award for the ‘Best Speed Dating Event’ at the UK Dating Awards which was a testament to the hard work we have put in to running the business.
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There are still only a few big players but lots of people are trying to tap into the market via social groups like Meet Up, although the quality of the clientele is low.
Even the big dating companies like have started running live events, so that tells you where the industry is heading.
My day starts at around 9am when I wake up and check my email (and I get A LOT of email!
), usually things like password resets or new venues approaching us to run Speed Dating.
I manage the day to day running of the business, everything from blowing up balloons, taking telephone bookings & updating the website.
The majority of the time I work from home in Surrey, but like to get out to the events where possible.
The main gripe for women is that a lot of guys are just looking for hook ups.
When you finally get talking to someone who seems normal, you can spend a few weeks getting to know them online and when you meet up you discover something about them that puts you off.
I started running events at my local pub in South West London and initially offered all the tickets for free via online dating websites and friends.
I was quite naÃ¯ve to the how the events industry worked and actually paid £200 to hire a function room for my first event!