You need a logo, business card template, brochures, a website and a blog, all appropriate to your business.
Go for a light-hearted design scheme rather than something ultra-serious.
Contact your local Chamber of Commerce to find out if there are special licenses or permits you need before you open your dating services business.
Find out how to register your business as a legal entity in your state and get your company registered.
Set up your private home office in an area of your home that’s away from distraction.
If possible, opt for a location that has a private entrance separate from the rest of your home.
Assign a cost to each service you provide; whether you charge per hour or per service, having pricing guidelines is essential.
Promote your dating services business to your target market through online and offline advertising.
Attend events that your target customers frequent, whether business and networking meetings, the library or coffee shops.
Find out what services they offer, where they advertise and their approach to attracting clients.
Come up with ways to differentiate yourself, whether through pricing, offering varied services or creating an exciting personality for your dating services business. You might offer matchmaking, provide date night ideas, give coaching on what do and what not do on a first date, assist clients with selecting body-appropriate wardrobes or host speed dating events.