Singapore is launching yet another campaign to promote dating among its notoriously love-shy singles as the city-state grapples with low marriage and birth rates.
The Ministry of Community Development, Youth and Sports (MCYS) issued a tender this month through the government's official procurement website calling for proposals on how to encourage singles to date.
Our aim is to provide a safe, convenient and friendly avenue for busy professionals to meet like-minded people.Lunch Actually first launched our dating service to serve professional singles in Singapore in April 2004.Our database comprises of executives, directors, lawyers, accountants, doctors, and entrepreneurs who are now looking to get more from life than just work.Violet set up Lunch Actually in 2004 with her then fiancé, now husband Mr Jamie Lee, after observing her family, friends and colleagues complained about having little time for love due to their busy schedules.Do share with her about your lifestyle, character and requirements, so that she will be able to match you up with someone who is well-suited to you.
All our matching is done manually, and your dating consultant will coordinate with both parties to arrange for the meet-up. All our dating consultants are professional and well trained.Violet has been contributing to the match-making industry and the community.She had held key positions in several institutions since 2004 including Entrepreneur Organization, Matchmaking Institute of South East Asia and Rotary Club.Since inception, Love Express has maintained a strong track record and customer testimonies are frequently received.Event feedback has been good with over 85% of "Excellent” and “Good” service ratings.Other initiatives included a campaign urging wedding guests to arrive on time and rating public toilets for cleanliness.