Worldwide Franchise Opportunity – XfactorDates

Today’s highlight is a franchising opportunity that should be of great interest to those who loves to meet and deal with lots of people. It is more like an online dating service but their main focus is towards providing a platform for a target group of professional singles (yuppies) who obviously does not have the time to socialize and mingle.

What is more important in this business franchise opportunity is that they have identified the need to provide a comfortable environment for such group to socialize instead of the noisy and often packed nightclubs and singles bars. In another word, they are not only an online dating service provider but also an exclusive singles event organizer.

Among their well established service and events are the typical online dating, organizing themed events or singles parties and speed dating. What is most impressive is the fact that they have secured unique marketing partnerships with big shots such as Tesco, Virgin and Marks & Spencer. Obviously they knew when and where to find friends to stay competitive in this industry. Despite all the hype and glam, this franchising opportunity could practically be run and managed at home and this is indeed good news for home based business entrepreneurs anywhere in the world.

Their registered trade name is XfactorDates and from what we can gather is currently based in UK. Currently they are going international and offering exclusive Master Country Speed Dating Franchises, Licenses or Sub Licenses to successful franchising applicants. If you can afford to fork out the initial required investment of ₤8,750 + VAT, you may contact XfactorDates at 0870 871 7777

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Christopher A said...

I am an affiliate of the speed dating program. If there franchise operation is anything like thier affiliate program. I would say it is a total scam.

Xfactordates has failed to make a payment due to me in over a year. Affiliate manager (Owner?) Dan Yorke does not have the decency to return any messages. That is bad enough if you are an affiliate. It would give you me a coronary if I were a Franchisee.

From what I can see of the way this company operates, I would not reccomend anyone doing business with them!

Christopher Andrew

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