With 75 million singles in the United States whose time-pressed lives make them prime candidates for matchmaking services, you can see the big business potential.
Then one day a friend told him someone had already done his idea.Rather than giving up, Mc Aden called De Lasa to "brainstorm" about the industry."When we send people to a wine tasting, it's a wine tasting for our group and those 20 people are just from Social Circles," emphasizes Mc Aden. With estimated sales of 0,0 and a goal of .5 million within five years, Social Circles is among a plethora of profitable matchmaking businesses.The dating services industry is a 0 million market and growing, according to market research and consulting firm Marketdata Enterprises Inc.
There must be a better way of meeting people than hanging out in a bar, thought Jose de Lasa, now 32, while attending Tulane Law School in New Orleans and doing just that.
The idea stayed in the back of his mind even after becoming a lawyer in 1996.