" Social Concierge's unique selling point has to date been hosting boozy parties, but the club has recently started working with gyms like 1Rebel and BXR to introduce an alternative — group fitness dates. The idea that you have to compromise your lifestyle in order to find the one is an outdated one." "I'm a massive fan of coffee dates that could lead to more," she told Business Insider.
"The GRIND coffee empire in London has perfected the first date formula by offering a coffee-meets-cocktail setting where you can get away with a sober chat, or descend into full debauchery." And it's one of the first places Wereko-Brobby recommends to her clients.
She's not a fan of swiping to find a date and, in fact, Social Concierge is one of the few apps where users don't have profiles and don't swipe.
Instead, the app puts on a series of events which are free to its members.
She's also a dating columnist who has written for the "Millionaire Matchmaker" Patti Stanger, who has been called the "fairy godmother of love" for her reality show where she sets wealthy and successful people up on dates.Business Insider caught up with Wereko-Brobby at The Curtain, a trendy new private members' club in East London, where she shared her pearls of wisdom for "time poor" young professional singletons who are looking for a match.The first thing Wereko-Brobby is clear about is that finding love is not easy and it takes real effort — if you want to see any results, that is.The best dates are those without strict time restraints, she explains, but this all depends on your expectations before you arrive.Wereko-Brobby advises her clients to "qualify your buyer" by doing their homework before agreeing to a date."The pain of your first kiss when you were younger, being asked out or trying to get noticed, we just had to man up and get through it.