"We want them to be relatively attractive, but we're not looking for the hottest people in new London and New York.We're looking for people you'd meet at a party and find fascinating and charming and interesting — that's the key thing.
"It's hard to people In London but I think it's much easier to meet people there than in NYC."While she says you'll often see people making out at their parties (I did), her biggest fear with the company is that it'll become a hookup party.Wereko-Brobby says Social Concierge appeals to two types of singles: ones who are at a point where they're serious about meeting someone (after all, they paying a monthly fee) and think modern dating is pretty cringeworthy, or secondly, they're just getting back into the scene after a long-term relationship and need some confidence-building.When Wereko-Brobby brought me around to meet a guy early in the night, she was acting as a mixologist. I'm going to introduce you to this person'." Unlike other dating services, "dating", "love", and "relationship" are all left out of both the company's name and website.There's a massive (and mesmerizing) fish tank in the center, which is surrounded with mingling twenty/thirtysomethings.
There's a skeeball machine on one end, a bowling lane(!Wereko-Brobby compares the parties to networking events.