“People who join us have various professional backgrounds, and come from different parts of the world,” say Jacqueline and Carol.
“You could be matched with someone who shares your enthusiasm for a favourite hobby, or a new lifelong companion to help you complete your travel bucket list.
“They’re tired and frustrated with the short-term romances and flings that apps tend to bring, and are keen to go back to basics; namely, old-fashioned matchmaking.” Matchmaking can certainly take the pain out of schmoozing in crowded bars and awkward blind dates, not to mention the time saved on sifting through potential dates in apps and websites too.
The personalised service of meet.mozaic means you avoid all this, as they do the work.
And the concrete jungle that we call home, Hong Kong, is crawling with people.
You (literally) bump into someone day in and day out on these streets, often without a passing glance or hello.
If all goes well and you find yourself changing your Facebook relationship status, you can leave the matchmaking service. The bonus of being a mature single is you know what you want.
But while all this might be fun, for those of us over 40 seeking a significant other there are additional challenges.
Jacqueline and Carol launched meet.mozaic with this in mind: traditional matchmaking where singles can meet organically offline and make real connections.
This matchmaking service focuses on mature, English-speaking Hong Kong residents looking for a partner.
“We wanted to remove all the anxiety around finding a potential match and possibly facing rejection,” they told us.
“We handle everything so that our clients can just relax and enjoy dating again.