Sarah Beeny and her husband Graham Swift own a majority shareholding.
Property expert turned professional matchmaker Sarah Beeny has been helping Britain find love for the past decade. There is nothing better than chatting about dates with friends - the good, the bag and the ugly. Doing it in a group makes it much more enjoyable and relaxed and really takes the pressure off.7. A first date is really a meeting to see if you are interested in the person. You want people to like you for you, not an edited version you have created.
We’re looking for fun, open minded singles of all ages and preferences to take part in our ‘Dating Extravaganza’ – a big group event which will be filmed in London this September as part of an upcoming documentary.
Our dating event will be an opportunity to meet lots of new people while trying out a whole range of fun tests and demos.
Forget chancing meeting a nice guy on a night out, life is too short to play a waiting game! " There's no cringey profile writing, because we believe that your friends know you best - so they write your profile for you!
Just like having a virtual wingman by your side, it takes the hassle and stigma out of dating and paints a better picture of you as a person.
Her hit dating website, My Single Friend, celebrates its 10th anniversary this year, so to mark the occasion Sarah has shared her top ten dating tips with us.1. The great thing about modern dating is that there are so many options. Or if you typically prefer blondes, date a redhead.2. It makes the whole process much more fun and enjoyable.3. Go for a coffee or a quick drink, so you can suss each other out.8.
Challenge yourself to go on dates with five people which you don't think you would fancy. It sounds obvious, but so many people set up a profile and then just sit there passively waiting to be bombarded with messages.
Can our computer whizzes digitally tweak your photo to make you look more outgoing or more intelligent?
as all of the dating profiles on the site are written by friends of single people, instead of the single person themselves.
The single person can approve what has been written before it goes live, and their friend can also get involved by recommending other users on My Single Friend to them.
Your friends can even recommend other singles on the site to you, and it doesn't matter who starts the process - your friend can add you, or you can join up and simply give us your friend's email address.
My Single Friend was founded in 2004 by TV presenter and property extraordinaire Sarah Beeny, who is notorious for setting her single friends up.
You might find that what you are looking for is actually something completely different from what you originally though.4. Dating should be fun, so don't put too much pressure on meeting 'the one' straight away.