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In an age where apps like Tinder, Happn and Bumble have seemingly taken over the dating market, a growing group of 'matchmakers' are taking a new approach to setting people up - pushing apps aside, and making serious profit from 'millennials' lost in love. Matchmaking veteran Samantha Jayne of Blue Label Love started playing cupid when she was just years-old. As a scientist, she saw a gap in the market between using scientific formulas and the art of setting people up. Her objective is to connect clients looking for love by using both online and offline tools. Ms Silderberg, who is part of the growing matchmaking industry for millennials, by millennials, focuses on hooking up clients under her very watchful eye. So what secret potion do these 'experts in love' hold that the rest of us stuck in singledom seem to lack?
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Could someone else really know you better than you know yourself and effectively help you find the perfect partner for life? For many singles the idea of someone setting us up is possibly the worst thing that could ever happen to us. It perhaps conquers up memories of some well intentioned family member, friend of even colleague suggesting that you go on a date with some other single person that they know because you have so much in common — which is often simply just the fact you know both this person and that you are both single. Hardly big factors for romantic compatibility! The blind date can be a scary concept heading out for a coffee or meal with someone that you know very little about, possibly not even what they look like.