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My Single Friend, an online dating website founded by the television presenter Sarah Beeny, has been put up for sale for up to £15m.
Its major shareholders – Ms Beeny and the technology company Telecom Express – have hired the accountancy firm BDO to handle a sale of the company this summer.
My Single Friend was born partly because I thought writing your own profile was just hideous, and being British we’re completely useless at it Say cheese It’s vital to post a photograph because most people are visual.
You’re saying something in a snapshot – ideally you smiling and having fun.
Since then we've had amazing feedback from our site members and hundreds of happy couples who are getting hitched, thanks to meeting on MSF!
Property expert turned professional matchmaker Sarah Beeny has been helping Britain find love for the past decade. There is nothing better than chatting about dates with friends - the good, the bag and the ugly. Doing it in a group makes it much more enjoyable and relaxed and really takes the pressure off.7. A first date is really a meeting to see if you are interested in the person. You want people to like you for you, not an edited version you have created.
Sarah Lucinda Beeny (born 9 January 1972) is an English property developer and television presenter, best known for presenting the Channel 4 property shows Property Ladder, Property Snakes and Ladders, Streets Ahead, Britain's Best Homes, Help!
My House is Falling Down, Beeny's Restoration Nightmare, Double Your House for Half the Money and Sarah Beeny's Selling Houses.
Assuming she would be self-employed for the rest of her life, at weekends, she would study the property market, which gave her a good grounding in the market.If you do take life seriously then say so, or if you like to go to the pub, say so.I would avoid long lists of requirements – I mean, you’re not going shopping!My Single Friend was founded in 2004 by TV presenter and property extraordinaire Sarah Beeny, who is notorious for setting her single friends up.She had the ingenious idea of being able to describe all her single friends online.