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So, when I was asked if I wanted to try out Berkley International, a personal dating service for the slightly more discerning patron, it seemed like a nice change of pace.
Essentially, if Tinder is Clapham High Street; Berkeley International is Cannes.
Plus, things seem to move so fast that every potential relationship is over before I’ve blinked.
And, as I’m always complaining, everything has become so cloaked in ambiguity, that there are 67 different levels of ‘not being in a relationship’ you have to go through before you’re allowed to call someone your significant other.
Tinder, hook ups and one-night stands are the ultimate in fast food dating – fine if that’s what you’re in the mood for, but unsatisfying and guilt-inducing if not.Global Director of Berkeley International, Mairead Molloy, has appeared on Channel 5’s ‘How the Other Half Lives’ to speak about elite matchmaking with Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford, who described Berkeley International as the ‘poshest dating agency in the heart of Mayfair’.Eamonn and Ruth were looking at the challenges that being super-wealthy poses to dating, and the ways in which the global business and celebrity elites find love.Experience has taught us that this personal approach is the fundamental linchpin in pairing like-minded individuals with one another.It is why we do not have an online database of photographs and biographies of our people.We are known nationally and internationally as an exclusive introduction agency.In today’s busy world where time is of the essence, why not take the hard work out of finding your partner by letting us do what we are renowned for.If we can deliver this and help you develop a lasting relationship, then we are confident you will feel as rewarded by Berkeley International as we do.A professional dating agency with a personal service. And – here’s the crunch – it costs between £10,000 and £50,000 to join.It sounds like a mind-boggling amount of money to me, but with 12 offices around the world and more to follow, they’re clearly doing something right.