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In London, a membership costs /month and its highly-vetted members (they let in about 20-30 percent of applicants) are invited to an event every single weekend, often at London's members' only clubs.In New York, a membership will start off at /month for a cocktail party per month, and they'll be letting in 15-20 percent of applicants. But Wereko-Brobby says there are some key differences between Social Concierge and other selective dating services."We're not looking for finance d-bags," Wereko-Brobby says.There are a bunch of them at the parties, and when you meet one, you'll definitely know. "The idea is that we hire outrageously loud hosts, so it's different from being a party host. Instead, it's marketed as more of a social club where you can attend cocktail parties at trendy venues and oh, btw, everyone's eligible.On the site you'll see things like "a vetted crowd of eligibles" versus "find a relationship or " meet your soulmate".So how is this different than just going to a cool new bar with your friends on thee weekends?For one, the ratio of males to females at these parties is .Wereko-Brobby compares the parties to networking events."I used to go to networking events alone and get dates from it all the time, and with networking, you wouldn’t go with friends," she says.
There's a skeeball machine on one end, a bowling lane(!And while Social Concierge is LGBT-inclusive, if you're heterosexual and dating in NYC or London, you'll know that ratio is drastically different from the bar scene you're accustomed to, where straight women outnumber straight men.Also, you'll have to leave your best wingwomen at at home — unless they're also in the club.I point to a guy across the room but he's already talking to someone.
She takes a good look at him, nods, and grabs my arm."Sometime we get complaints from people saying it was awkward they had to walk to up to someone and make conversation, but that's the ."I love this aspect of the party.