Alpine, UT (PRWEB) April 28, 2006
There are 1000's of dating sites on the web, why do we need http://www.entrepreneurdating.com ?
Everybody has different interests and focuses in their lifes. Personal chemistry is very important but wouldn't a relationship "also" founded on a strong common interest be better?
If you're single and your principle interest is business then this website could well make a big difference in your life.
As an Entrepreneur your working lifestyle is also likely to be your primary interest, as such the benefit of being in a relationship with someone who understands that part of you is two fold.
Of course it's not everybody's idea of a good thing to be in a personal relationship with someone that they work with, but working directly with each other isn't the only option. Simply being able to thrash out ideas with someone that has the same degree of business acumen as you and that can be trusted not to poach your best ideas is of great value whether that person is directly involved in the business or not.
Not everyone was built with innate commercial ability or enthusiasm. Having another mind constantly working on the same challenges as you can provide valuable support that is both emotional and practical.
Seasoned web entrepreneur Trevor Cryer, managing director of the British company behind the site says "The opportunities created by this site are two fold. Firstly, as a singles website, members have access to dates and potential life partners with a strong common interest already established. Secondly, whilst finding Mr or Miss Right a whole lot of quality business networking can be done. I'm not sure what the tax man will say but claiming your dates as business expensive is an interesting idea."
The site has all the usual dating site features with a free limited use membership and upgrade options, profile searching, easy-to-use communications tools and video profiles coming soon.
As per the http://www.EntrepreneurDating.com home page text there is a strong commitment from the site's management not to let the community become a MLM recruitment turkey shoot. The same goes for marketers of spammy "business opportunity" packages.