Dating agencies for wealthy people
They want a good wife and a good mother but they don’t necessarily want a successful women because [they think she] will spend lots of time on business [but] not on the family.“At the same time wealthy women have a high standard in choosing their husbands.And if you're not looking your best, you'll be sent off to an image consultant for a male makeover.
“I believe this is the first time [there has been such a scheme] only tailored for wealthy women,” Mr Du told The Daily Telegraph this week during a visit to Shanghai, one of the cities he is tapping for potential husbands.So I ask them, 'What's 50K to find your life partner? He does offer a K starter rate for young Wall St. A personable former head of his own boutique M&A firm, Easton has parlayed his expertise in marrying companies into the more rewarding realm of marrying hearts and minds.He says he offers a different perspective on the art cum science.A former fashion sales director, she boasts an uncanny ability to know who is right for whom. I've never understood how people can marry for money, not love.With hundreds of marriages and countless relationships in her 17 year career, her combination of intuition, persuasion, and calculation -- a quick up and down glance can tell her a lot -- are her stock in trade. "You get invited, you go." So said Samantha Daniel's grandmother when she was a girl, and she's been going ever since, attending events, fundraisers, dinners, reunions -- not to directly sell or recruit, but to network. A former divorce attorney, Daniels traded acrimony for harmony, deciding she'd rather bring people together than break them apart. That would be torture for me -- a waste of good years of my life.All offer a unique perspective and approach to their services, and all have toe-curling prices. From ,000-0,000, depending on the matchmaker and your deal. Matchmaker Richard Easton, new to the New York market and an anomaly among matchmakers -- most are women -- says he challenges the price resistance he sometimes encounters with a car analogy."I'm working with guys who pay 0 grand for a car without the blink of an eye.Spindel assures me she can spot them a mile away, and they won't get on her roster. Perhaps it's just time management for these 25 year olds -- better to shoot gilded fish in a barrel than trawl through the charity, club or Hamptons circuit for five years. With all the matchmakers I couldn't help but think that there are some real sad sacks on their books, but they all insist their clients are actually quite social, popular -- but just haven't found the right person. And while the price of admission is high for men, money will get you in regardless of your age, height, or attractiveness (though I'm assured that the overly odious are turned down).