Finding love isn't easy, but aims to make finding a match easier for a certain subsection of the population — doctors, lawyers, chief executives and other accomplished professionals who make at least ,000 a year.The founder of the site, Boris Giller, is touting the site's security features, which require prospective menthe's to supply a résumé, fill out a detailed application, sign a legal agreement stating that all information provided is truthful and submit to identity verification and a credit report.One reason for this could be that many Irish singles prioritise their careers over finding love, with many finding that the high-flying corporate lifestyle leaves little free time for dating and romance.Indeed, the average full- time work week in Ireland is 40 hours, but it seems that, in the corporate world, this doesn't always apply.Whether you’re a lawyer looking for long-lasting love or a CEO searching for ‘the one’, e Harmony is a great place to start.Unlike other free online dating sites tailored to busy professionals, we specialise in helping people meet singles who are ready for a meaningful, long-lasting relationship – no time wasters."Would you like to meet more like minded single professionals?" I'm an executive matchmaker and since 2005, I have introduced thousands of clients including medical, legal and finance professionals, entrepreneurs, celebrities and Olympic athletes.
He is less concerned with being awkwardly paired with a client and more interested in meeting someone with a similar frame of reference.
In today’s busy world where time is of the essence, single career-oriented or entrepreneurial men and women need an opportunity to improve their possibilities to meet other like-minded single professionals.
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If you want to meet other single professionals, dating with us is the way to go. The amount of singles in Ireland is on the up - rising by nearly half a million between the 1996 and the 2011 Censuses.
At the same time, Irish men and women are staying single for longer: it is estimated that 20% of women and 25% of men aged between 40 and 49 have never settled down.