This is normally done during a face-to-face interview and allows matchmakers to get to know their clients and to create a profile of each customer to match them with other good potential matches from their client base or beyond.Matchmaking services will usually initially require basic information like name, age, location and a photo submitted online to assess if they can properly match a potential client.Matchmaking companies are moving toward using computer-based algorithms to match potential partners.They gather information about clients from their initial online screening and interview and match them based on personality (stated and inferred) and preferences, and then use a pre-programmed system to match up the best potential pairs.A few matchmaking companies do the in-person interviews and then are more customer-driven after the initial interview.
They interview and then use personal information about their clients in order to pair appropriately matched people.
Smaller matchmaking companies tend to focus on particular niches, including only serving clients who have a particular sexual preference, religious affiliation or cultural heritage.
Most matchmaking companies use professional matchmakers who work closely with clients in-person to get a good sense of their personalities and with whom they would pair well.
Clients have an interview with the company, and then It's Just Lunch's matchmakers arrange the details of the date.
Events and Adventures is a dating site geared toward introducing singles at group social events.