Born in Beverly Hills, Nikki Lewis, an NYU graduate and the daughter of two lawyers, started her career in luxury branding and celebrity PR.
So much so that NYC’s top matchmakers are raking it in as they find and match high-paying members of the city’s Lonely Hearts Club.So before you go scoffing at the profession and sitting back for yet another disappointing round of the Tinder Merry-Go-Round, check out some of NYC’s best matchmakers and see how they do what they do.The city comptroller’s office recently reported that New Yorkers work an average of 49 hours a week, including commute time, putting them well above the national average of 35 hours weekly.All work and no play Ross is no exception, clocking between 40 and 60 hours a week.We’re not here to waste your time." "We find our matches in a lot of ways. We are always out at the hottest NYC events, singles events, fashion events, conferences. If I have a doctor looking for another doctor, I might go to a medical conference." Success stories: "I was matching this guy who couldn’t get past the first date, if he could even get a first date at all.
We have a robust network that lives online in our database of our own that has been accumulating. I was more than happy to play wingwoman with him, go to events and help him get his feet wet.If you're single, successful and looking to make a long-lasting romantic connection, Kelleher International matchmaking services can introduce you to elite singles in New York and around the world.Since 1986, Kelleher International's professional matchmakers have applied expertise and dedication to find true romance for our clients.Raised in Montauk, NY, Candace spent her entire childhood roaming the halls of a Well-kown resort and spa that her family owned and operated.Coming from a long lineage of family in the hospitality industry, Candace has had a lifetime of experience in customer service.Realistically, however, the sheer number of prospective partners creates its own major problem—but also a huge business opportunity.