A unique profile is created for each member to reveal the key dimensions of personality that are intrinsic to the future success of their relationships.
These personality profiles are used to match members based on deep levels of compatibility.
Turn off the alarm, check your emails on the smartphone, shower, dress, have breakfast, leave the house, start the commute.
Arrive at the office, busy morning, go to client lunch, busy afternoon, strategy meeting, leave the office, go for client drinks, start the commute.
Arrive home, have dinner, rest for a couple of hours, go to bed, set the alarm.
If your life is starting to resemble that of Anne Hathaway's character in The Devil Wears Prada, rushing from meeting to meeting and finding it hard to fit in a personal life, or if you are continually going away on business like George Clooney's character in Up in the Air, spending more time on business trips than at home, you will know that the lifestyle of a professional single can make it difficult to build a meaningful relationship with anyone.
There are some 15 million singles in the UK, among which are many single professionals – all completely eligible and all struggling to find a date.
For professional people, finding any personal time in-between early mornings, long days, meetings and business trips can be a challenge, but finding time to meet and get to know anyone outside of your immediate circle of friends and work colleagues can seem nearly impossible – and getting involved with someone you work with is probably not a good idea.
You would think that people who are successful in their professional lives would be similarly successful in their personal lives, but that is not always the case.
As well as having little time to devote to meeting anyone on a personal level, people who enjoy professional success tend to become more selective when it comes to finding a partner.
Quite naturally, professionals often look for partners who have a similar level of disposable income and share the same lifestyle and aspirations.