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While no where near as lucrative, the dating industry is growing.The best estimate for dating/introductory agency spend is around £2bn (€2.4bn) globally per annum; and that figure would grow a lot more if an increasing amount of businesses charged for membership.Many of those offer free membership and target a younger market not necessarily looking to settle into a lasting relationship at first click.Two’s Company is an offline (its website only exists to market its services and set out its terms) introductory service, which charges customers between €600 and €2,500 for a half-year’s membership, depending on their requirements.Art lovers will happily spend hours appreciating the wonders on display.Indulgent date: Indulging in a sumptuous afternoon tea in the newly refurbished drawing room of the five star Adare Manor Hotel is a romantic experience to remember.It’s quite sobering to hear the head of one of the country’s leading dating agencies downplay Valentine’s Day as a money-making ploy and denigrate (some of) the plethora of online players as cynical money machines that care little for their members’ feelings.But, far from being some cantankerous killjoy, Bill Phelan — co-founder of Dublin-based introduction agency Two’s Company — is more concerned about making sure his firm does things the right way and offers people best value for money.

Indeed, Two’s Company has been approached, by UK-based agency Berkeley International to act as its Irish-based franchisee, although it has turned down the approach.The company will also, shortly, become the first regulated business of its kind in Ireland, signing up with the Association of British Introduction Agencies, as there is no similar body here.Mr Phelan claims not to be in this game to get rich, but there’s real money to be made nonetheless.The considered average is 60% female/40% male, but the reality is suspected to be nearer 70%/30%.The equality offered by Two’s Company is seen by its female members —a mix of company executives, divorcees, widows, and singletons aged anything between 30 and 80 — as a huge attraction, as they’re more likely to meet a reliable match without sifting through too many non-starters, as it were.

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