Cherrypick Introductions Launches New Franchise Opportunity
The next generation style of dating, Cherrypick Introductions, has been so successful it is launching further opportunities for people to join the business all over the UK, on November 9, 2013, at Warwick University Conference Centre.
"This a great opportunity to join a growing business," said Lynnette Berry, Managing Director of Cherrypick Introductions. "We offer a very unique proposition to our clients, which is a very different service to any other introduction agency as we closely vet every client that goes on to our books and match them to the most suitable dates after talking to them about what they are looking for. We have found business is booming as many people are very turned off to the idea of internet dating because they can't have a profile online for all the world to see and they are worried about scammers and the other risks associated with online dating."
Berry has found her service so much in demand since she started off in the Cotswolds, new branches have been launched in Hampshire and other parts of the Midlands. Lynette added: "We have taken on two new associates who both like the flexibility of the work they carry out and the earning potential they now have because the charge for our Private Client service is between £995 or £1,395. So it's quite easy for people to see they only need to be taking on two or three clients to be getting a reasonable income for working part-time hours from home."
Helen Freemantle, 48, joined the business as an associate recently. She will be undertaking a comprehensive training programme so that she is fully equipped to take on her first dating client. Freemantle is a single mother of four children, aged 19, 18, 17 and 13, and is taking on this role while she is working in a school student support centre.
Freemantle said: "We all want to do something worthwhile. It will be rewarding finding someone a life partner. I work for a holiday company for singles so this has given me the relevant experience. I also have counselling and life coaching skills. I have taken the role on while working as it gives me a chance to see how things pan out while the children grow up. It's lovely to do something where my age is an asset. It's whole new venture and lease of life.
Anyone interested can attend Cherrypick Introductions Discovery Day on the Saturday the 9th November at Warwick University Conference Centre. There is a chance to meet other possible Cherrypick Associates, a growing band of Founder Associates and Directors Lynette and Ian Berry.