Birmingham’s NEC always has something of interest going on and is within easy distance of the city centre.
Laughter is always a good icebreaker and there are many comedy clubs, including The British Oak in Stirchley, while nearby Warwick Castle is another brilliant place to explore.
Increasingly, professionals between the ages of 30 to 50 are using the online dating agency Parship in order to meet new people.
arship uses an exclusive psychometric compatibility tool that has been devised by psychologist, Professor Hugo Schmale, which evaluates the personalities of everyone who completes the test; in fact, Parship introduced the concept of psychometric testing based on 30 compatible personality traits across Europe.
The League, which employs 25 people and raised .5 million, also throws private parties for its members and will host a launch event in Seattle next week.
The startup has racked up more than 500,000 sign-ups on its platform.
Bradford said her company has already sold more than 100 memberships — 9 per year, which speeds up the matching process and provides access to special perks — to Seattle-based users, even before the app was active in the city.
“I’ve heard the dating is quite painful there.” The League already received 9,534 applicants and accepted 2,005 users in Seattle — about a 22 percent acceptance rate.
England is an idyllic country for any one wishing to meet up with new and potential partners.
“I can’t think of another city that is on brand as much as Seattle in terms of just how educated it is — that’s really a core demographic,” she said.