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First-class opportunities for singles New dating agency “” scores with joie de vivre and humour

The young entrepreneur Kathrin Grüneis has been searching for happiness in love for lonely hearts in Zurich since autumn 2011. In addition to traditional matchmaking, she focuses on single parents and singles aged 55 and over.

Zurich’s Löwenstrasse now has one more attractive address. With her dating agency “”, Kathrin Grüneis has fulfilled a long-cherished lifelong dream. With a great deal of personal commitment and passion, the Kilchberg native with Bavarian roots wants to set herself apart from other agencies. “My personal commitment, my life experience and my knowledge of human nature are what make my company successful,” says Kathrin Grüneis. Added to this is her 20 years of experience as a relationship manager. Seriousness, discretion and professionalism are the cornerstones of this promising young dating agency.

Counsellor in love and flirting matters
On request, she advises singles before and after the date. Tips on behaviour, flirting or choice of clothes increase the chances of success. “I want to be more than just a matchmaker. I want to accompany people on their very personal path to happiness. I want to be a trailblazer, a contact person, a counsellor in matters of love and flirting,” explains Kathrin Grüneis.

Personal one-on-one meeting
In direct dialogue with the singles, the agency owner tries to create a tailor-made profile. These personal, intensive dialogues are the reason why traditional dating agencies are still very popular. “I’ve already tried online dating sites myself. However, the profiles often conceal completely different personalities. These disappointments can be avoided through personal and individualised matchmaking,” says the Kilchberg native.
“” also offers the option of passive membership: singles who do not want to actively search can wait until they are found. You can make an appointment for a free, no-obligation chat at

Zeitungsausschnitt von im Schweizer Illustriert vom Juni 2014