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But as thoughts of leaving the singles club emerged, the 33-year-old nurse realised that a dwindling social circle stood in his way.Having spent “little time and effort on dating in the past”, the Singaporean decided it was time to change things.Apart from singles, the agency also has divorced or widowed clients who are willing to take a second chance at love but remain hesitant about putting themselves out there.

WOOING TECHNOLOGY: YAY OR NAYBut even so, Ms Syn admits to feeling “jaded” from the dating events and has recently signed up with mobile-based app Coffee Meets Bagel, where she has had a few dates with “more like-minded individuals”.Taking on a proactive approach to make new friends, Mr Gan signed up with dating agencies and also gave free dating apps a go.But the endless swiping of profiles and little opportunities for real-life interaction on the latter proved to be an underwhelming experience and Mr Gan opted to “go aggressive” on speed-dating events organised by local matchmaking agencies.“I was quite nervous before my first speed-dating event so I went to research what these events are like and read the book ‘Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus’ to prepare myself,” he recalled.Ms Michelle Goh, founder of events-based agency Complete Me, described older singles as being more ready to commit and settle down.Hence dating events, which allow for face-to-face interaction, have been viewed as a better way for singles to find like-minded individuals.“Given that they have to put in the effort to find an event to attend, register, make payment and then dress up for the occasion, these are people who tend to be genuinely looking for someone, rather than having a ‘see see, look look’ attitude,” said Ms Goh, who added that the number of active participants for Complete Me’s 150 events annually has “increased steadily to almost 3,000”.

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