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(Fass and Apple both focus on matching heterosexual couples; they connect LGBTQ singles to another matchmaker in their network.) To understand clients’ goals and outlook, Fass asks where clients see themselves in five years and what they consider a fun date.
“Most smart people just say: ‘It doesn’t matter what I’m doing, as long as I’m with good company/the right person.’ That’s the smartest response and the truest in my book,” Fass said.
Apple, who attended high school in Calabasas, launched her business after years of programming Jewish events.
She offers matchmaking, dating consultations and coaching.
“You orchestrate the date like a producer,” said Fass, who formerly worked in television as an on-set assistant and script manager.“The best feeling in the world is making a match,” said Jenny Apple of Jenny Apple Matchmaking, who started introducing people in 2013.“Our clients like that we’re coaches, friends and mentors all rolled up ino one,” said Jessica Fass, of Fass Pass to Love.Matchmakers have to get to know their clients really well before they go on a date.Clients fill out a questionnaire, which generally is followed by a personal consultation.