This means that Caroline, a 30-year-old former charity worker and child psychologist from London who set up her tailored matchmaking service Mutual Attraction just two years ago, beat off stiff competition from the American giants of the dating world.This year marks the first time the trophy has been awarded to a UK company and is testament to Caroline's success in 2013 which led directly to four marriages, seven engagements, five babies and "lots of people happily living and enjoying their life together".They include Natalia and Andrew whose baby boy was born in December.
In reality, Sarah was 45, has hazel eyes, brown hair and lives in Hampshire.
Appalled, she demanded, and eventually got, her money back. "A friend of mine paid £15,000 to a reputable matchmaking company who told him they would introduce him to interesting women who wanted to get married.
"They set him up with a lot of foreign mail-order brides.
He was really disappointed."It was hearing this experience that led her to think she could do better.
"It appealed to me and I decided to leave the voluntary sector and set up my own business."She was also looking for love, having been jilted, though she insists this was not a conscious motivation.
Shortly before she launched Mutual Attraction she met Christian, who is from Madrid, Spain, in a bar.