Agape Match featured in Time Out NY as one the “Best matchmakers in NYC”!

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Who uses it: Founder Maria Avgitidis’s team works with 25- to 65-year-old white-collar professionals—and even some celebrities.

Price point: Coaching program for $8,500 (13 sessions), matchmaking starts at $15,000 (10 to 15 matches). Both include styling and a photo shoot.

How it works: First Agape’s coaches meet clients and matches in person, then they plan first and second dates.

Why it works: Agape uses behavioral-economics principles, such as the Secretary Problem, to help people find love. If you conduct 10 interviews and have to hire or discard candidates along the way, there’s a very little chance you’ll pick the first interviewee and about a 40 percent chance you’ll pick the fifth or seventh. “This is why a lot of clients end up in relationships with their fourth or fifth match,” says Avgitidis.

Success story: “I am floored by how wonderful and suitable this man [I met through Agape] is for me. The things I value and thought I’d never find—even never think to look for—he values as well.”—Ann*, 38

Read the original article here.

About Maria Chronopoulou

Maria Chronopoulou is the Client Relationship Manager at Agape Match. She strongly believes in CoCo Chanel’s adage, “a woman should be two things: Classy and Fabulous.” Chocolate is her Kryptonite!
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