Calling all City singletons: are you really bad at dating? Have no fear, elite private dating club Social Concierge is offering free consultations all over the capital to financial workers left emotionally numb by high-flying careers.
With their big bonuses and fast-paced lifestyles it’s hard to believe that bankers struggle to find love. But tomorrow night financiers can book an appointment with dating guru and Social Concierge founder Nana Wereko-Brobby at Canada Square’s Parlour bar for some no holds barred advice on finding “the one”.
Social Concierge’s annual membership fee of up to £6,000 buys a monthly blind date and a chat with Wereko-Brobby, where she grills clients on their habits, hopes and dreams to pin down their ideal match. The club is putting on a month of consultations in the Square Mile and further afield in a bid to save the city’s love life.
Wereko-Brobby told The Capitalist that bankers are in dire need of help, as years of client outings have left them starved of “corporate creatives”; the ideal catch with a perfect combination of artistic flair and shedloads of money.
One anonymous banker, paying £200 per month, said the tailored service suited her busy schedule. “I don’t have the time to trawl Tinder for dates. This is more efficient for me.” And they say romance is dead…
Want a free meeting? Email firstname.lastname@example.org and say that the cupids at City A.M. sent you in her direction.