Speed dating south west london
It's a city with so many places to visit that it would be difficult to find them all in a single lifetime, hence some people describing it as ‘the world in one city'.Be it the British weather, the world-famous black cabs, red double decker buses or Big Ben, London for all its cultural diversity is quintessentially British.I actually started hosting events whilst still working for the Police, I had to declare it to the job as a ‘business interest’ as it was making a little money here and there but for the most part the first 12 months was just for fun and it was fun!By 2012 the business was turning over about £500-750 a month and that was hosting 3-4 events a month on my rest days so I figured if I could put all my time into this I could easily make my monthly wage and more.We wanted to know why Dateinadash and speed dating in general are so popular in the UK.We caught up with Rob to ask him about his previous career as a police officer, the rise of speed dating and how mobile dating is changing the way people interact with one another. What inspired you to stop being a Police Officer full-time and put everything into Dateina Dash?Asian D8's roots start in London when in 2003 we ran our first ever dating events for single British Asians.The Asian D8 team now organise 8 to 12 Asian singles events in London every month, solely for the South Asian community.
Even a Speed Dating event is more natural than meeting someone online.
I didn’t start hosting events to make money and never dreamed it would become a full-time job.
I remember the first ever customer I signed up couldn’t pay online so sent me cash through the post and it came in a ‘Thank You’ card, unfortunately for her the event was cancelled and she never did make it!
My day starts at around 9am when I wake up and check my email (and I get A LOT of email!
), usually things like password resets or new venues approaching us to run Speed Dating.