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For example, profiles produced by personality tests can be evaluated for compatibility.Academics who have written books on this topic include Pepper Schwartz, Hugo Schmale, and Claus Wedekind (matchmaking based on genetics).Matchmakers, acting as formal chaperones or as self-employed 'busybodies' serving less clear social purposes, would attend such events and advise families of any burgeoning romances before they went too far.The influence of such people in a culture that did not arrange marriages, and in which economic relationships (e.g.
In some cultures, the role of the matchmaker was and is quite professionalized.
The Ashkenazi Jewish shadchan, or the Hindu astrologer, were often thought to be essential advisors and also helped in finding right spouses as they had links and a relation of good faith with the families.
In cultures where arranged marriages were the rule, the astrologer often claimed that the stars sanctified matches that both parents approved of, making it quite difficult for the possibly-hesitant children to easily object – and also making it easy for the astrologer to collect his fee.
The concept of matchmaking is also used in the business world and known as B2B Matchmaking, Investor Matchmaking, Business Speed Dating or Brokerage Events.
In contradiction to social networking solutions, real meetings between business people are in focus. find this concept an added value for their exhibitors because it gives them the opportunity of advanced planned meetings.
For modern matchmaking which tends to substitute information technology or game-like rules for the expert's finesse, see Dating system.