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.
The Market Compu Date will target two distinct market segments, 20-35 year olds, and 36-60 year olds.
Compu Date's services must appear hip and cool in order to be popular with the younger age group which has a 9% annual growth rate and 54,000 potential customers.
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Compu Date is a new company that offers Denver area singles computer-based matchmaking services.
Compu Date has purchased the assets of Date Match Maker and is a sole proprietorship owned by Suzie Butterfly.
While de Lasa went to Barnes and Noble to research how to write a business plan, Graham Mc Aden, 28, a public relations account executive for consumer products such as Burger King, languished at his job and told friends about the "socializing service" he dreamed of opening.I couldn’t see where there was a service element for the members parting with money every month.The more research I did, the more I could see a huge gap in such a saturated industry.A lunch powwow turned into a partnership, and by 1997, Mc Aden had matched de Lasa's initial investment and the twosome headed a revamped activities service dubbed Social Circles.The service, which organizes outings such as rock climbing and swing dancing for singles, sends its members a monthly calendar detailing upcoming events.It’s really great that you offer ongoing support and consulting, because I need it. -Queene, from Lagos, Nigeria With Match in Six, you’re not just getting a speed dating kit.