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“I’ve dated guys for two months here and there, and for different reasons we’d break up,” Ross said, “maybe because our schedules didn’t align, or it just wasn’t forever.” But like a lot of single New Yorkers, Ross is looking for forever.
Ross (not her real name), 38, has lived in Manhattan for 16 years, and in that time she has been in one long-term relationship, which lasted about 18 months.
Aimed at young professionals, the site recruits males who have graduated from top universities and ambitious young city-based females on an invite-only basis.
Remember when men courted women and manners were of utmost importance?
No longer do people rely solely on their social circles to find mates.
Instead, ask anyone dating in this city: To overcome barriers such as a lack of time, too much choice and a lopsided female-to-male ratio, New Yorkers use an assortment of online and mobile dating apps, dating coaches and matchmakers to find the proverbial “one.” City residents have for years had a reputation for working long hours, and with good cause.
Realistically, however, the sheer number of prospective partners creates its own major problem—but also a huge business opportunity.
Market research firm IBISWorld estimates 8% of the nearly 4,000 dating services nationwide, including online apps, matchmakers and singles events planners, are based in New York state.
Our shoot took place in Central Park, which is going to be one of our NYC shoot locations.We’re so excited to announce that 3 new League cities went live today: Philadelphia, Atlanta, and Miami!Thanks to those of you who sat patiently on our waitlists and tirelessly encouraged your friends to sign up so we could get The League started in your city sooner rather than later! We had a blast meeting our users at our Summer Series events (bit.ly/theleaguesummerseries) in Philly, Atlanta, and Miami, and we’re excited for our upcoming parties in Austin, Houston, Dallas, San Diego, Denver, Seattle, and last but not least, Toronto!Sadly there were a few I wasn’t able to meet including the lovely Susan Winter, which just means I need to plan my next trip back really soon.
I spent time exploring the different neighbourhoods there to see which would be most suitable for Hey Saturday shoots and I’ve decided to launch offering shoots on the Lower East Side and Central Park. Here you can find the latest news, announcements, background information, and media contacts.