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Matchmaking - A Rich, Rewarding and Fulfilling Profession

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Matchmaking is one of the most social, fun, and rewarding careers you could have. It is mysterious yet exciting. At every party, you are the belle of the ball; people always want to know what the life of a matchmaker is like. It combines a little dash of networking, a pinch of social work, and a whole cup of playing cupid. It is the perfect career - stimulating, never boring, and now, finally, recognized as a legitimate and respectable field.
Matchmaking is one of the best careers for those who enjoy:

* a flexible schedule,
* the ability to work from home,
* high earning potential,
* independence and,
* most importantly, a fulfilling and rewarding profession and business of your own to be proud of.

Matchmaking - a growing industry

People value the personal touch and sense of community a matchmaker can bring into their lives. Itís no accident that the matchmaking category is worth over $500 million business, part of the $6 billion dating industry in 2011. There has never been a better time to enter the field of matchmaking in Asia: it is a line constantly mentioned by the media as love and dating are hot topics for people. It is one of the fastest growing industries and continues to grow in demand and in revenues every year.

Now is the time to address the need for matchmakers to be recognized as serious professionals that have been trained and qualified. Many people jump into the matchmaking dating industry without ample preparation and knowledge. Many burn or exit out as they assumed matchmaking was just like any other industry. As any seasoned matchmaker would tell you, this is inevitable. Often matchmakers will take many years to learn the hard way the intricacies of the trade. Now is your chance to gain these cherished trade secrets that successful matchmakers have painstaking master and place the odds in your favour before you enter the dynamic matchmaking sector in Asia.

There will ALWAYS be a demand for Matchmaking. You can be a Matchmaker for many, many years - you will never be too old to play cupid and, best of all, you can enjoy great profitability year after year, because there will always be singles looking for love and someone who is credible to find it for them!

Attend This FREE Seminar And You Will Learn:

  All about the growing industry of Matchmaking in Singapore, the Region and Asia
  7 deadly mistakes and pitfalls to avoid when starting a matchmaking or dating business
  How you can capitalise on the market trends by pursuing a fulfilling profession in matchmaking
  3 things you need to do to sustain your practice and grow it to be even more profitable
  4 different matchmaking models and which one will suits you best

Who is Violet Lim?

When it comes to the modern matchmaker, very few in South East Asia would be able to come close to Ms Violet Lim.
Before, Violet and her husband, Jamie, founded the premier modern dating company, Lunch Actually,
in Singapore, Malaysia and Hong Kong. She has appeared in over 2000 articles, television and radio appearances
as well as the Singapore's National Day Video in 2005 where she was featured as one of Singapore's most aspiring

In nine years of existance, Violet established Lunch Actually as Singapore's premier modern dating company.
She serves as CEO and the spokesperson of the company.

Within 12 months after Singapore was set up, Lunch Actually was set up in Kuala Lumpur in 2006 and 2 years later,
the Hong Kong branch was established in 2008 as well.

Besides Singapore, Malaysia and Hong Kong, Violet has also appeared in many publications in other countries (e.g. United States, Japan and Australia). She is often quoted as an expert and invited by many panels to talk about the industry. At the recent worldwide Matchmakers conference held in New York by the Matchmaking Institute, Violet was a panellist where she shared with 80 fellow matchmakers around the world about Business Models and Expansion Strategies and Matchmaking in Foreign Markets.

Violet maintains a personal dating blog ( where thousands, visit monthly, to read about her views on dating and relationship matters.

Interesting Facts:

* Violet possesses a Degree in Law and a Masters in Human Resource, but decided to venture into the matchmaking industry upon observing her friends and colleagues having little time for love due to their busy work schedules.

* Violet was the first Asian to be certified by the Matchmaking Institute, United States (New York). She also currently sits on the Matchmaking Institute's Board of Professional and Certified MatchmakersĀ.

Here's what some of our past participants have to say:

I want to thank you once again for a fantastic opportunity to meet with like-minded people, learn more about the industry,
practice business skills, build great connections and for an opportunity of a great personal growth. I was expecting
the course to be interesting but it had exceeded my every expectation. I got a lot out of it - I got a new vision, learned
new strategies, tactics and had a chance to get feedback at my current business plan and PR program for my future
business development. Besides that, I felt very welcome and comfortable. It atmosphere was very relaxed and friendly.
Every question, I had, was handled with great attention and was immediately addressed. I found course content to be
sufficient and well presented, materials well organized and presentation pace to be comfortable.
The whole class was engaged into teamwork and was very cooperative. I would recommend this course to others
without any hesitation. It is the best training in the country for new matchmakers and a great opportunity for people
who are already in the business to network and to exchange with great ideas and their experience.

Thank you again.

Living deliberately,

Sophia McDonald - July 2007

There is always a risk when taking a course from an institution that you know very little about. Sometimes you have to take a leap of faith. Because of the news articles and the television pieces, I felt that it would probably be o.k. but still I was nervous that it could turn out to be a Mickey Mouse course. Paying for the course, flight and hotel is not an inexpensive endeavour after all. As an experienced business woman, I was feeling a little cynical, but actually the course far exceeded my expectations. I found all of the instructors to be genuine, knowledgeable and really wishing for the students to have a good foundation prior to embarking on this most personal business. The sections covered about everything that would be required to conduct a matchmaking business. I'm experience in business, public relations and marketing, even so I did learn a lot, particularly from the handouts given during the class. Every section was followed with additional reading and information required to do the job professionally. Some students had experience in human relations (whether in social work or other forms of dating services); this was the area that I was less informed about. I found all basis were covered extremely well, give the time restraints. I particularly enjoyed hearing stories by successful matchmakers, their pitfalls, mistakes and successes. By hearing these personal experiences (particularly about spending too much money at the beginning) helped the students realize to start small and grow on their success - a very good suggestion in all aspects of life and business. Stories about "difficult' clients were also well covered, after all, this would be one of the most worrisome aspects of the business. The students shared experiences, if they wanted to, and the instructors were there to answer any questions or concerns. Marketing and starting the business was very well covered, and the students knew that they could continue to have an open dialogue with others in the industry through the other students, the instructors or through the website. I would have no problem recommending it to anyone interested. Matter of fact, I would suggest that it was a necessity. It gave a great foundation, and I got to know some really great people - one of which I met up with in Hong Kong when I was there on business. Matchmaking is a daunting career and the matchmaking course helped ease many of my concerns. I plan on starting up my business shortly, and I have tons of notes and handouts to use as reference (most importantly was samples of the questionnaires that you would use to gain information from the clients.). Well that's it for now. It was great. Thanks again, and with kind regards.

Susan Carroll - April 2005