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"We want them to be relatively attractive, but we're not looking for the hottest people in new London and New York.
We're looking for people you'd meet at a party and find fascinating and charming and interesting — that's the key thing.
"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.She explains that approaching it like a networking event could change the way the think about dating. The more I thought of it as a way to meet people, the more fun I had.I exchanged numbers with a guy at the end of the night and after the party I went out to a bar with a friend I made."When people do well [in the club], it's pure attitude," she says. It's the people who go, 'I'm going to treat this as a party where everyone happens to be single, not like a speeding event where I have to interview every single person here."London and New York are two major cities with tough dating scenes, but certainly very different scenes.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.