Over the next 10 years, Kurtz's love businesses grew to include more than 1,000 sites in about 100 different niches.Though Kurtz declined to disclose revenues, he says his online dating services have been profitable from the start.While the service is still in its infancy with about 250 members, Kelly is looking to sell it and get into other entrepreneurial ambitions.After all she already accomplished her primary mission.The long hours, obsession with work and unpredictable lifestyle are all factors that can interfere with a single date, not to mention the delicate process of building a relationship.
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"Relationships can develop more naturally," adds Dan Wright, a 30-something entrepreneur who attends a similar meetup in Orlando, Fla."It's a lot less stressful -- you're not on a date with anyone." Facebook also has pages devoted to single entrepreneurs, including one called -- simply -- Single Entrepreneurs.
However, this group appears to be in its puppy love stages, as only a handful of people are listed as members so far.
Of course, dating sites like and e are well known, but here are the stories of two love-seeking sites created by entrepreneurs exclusively for entrepreneurs -- with some pretty impressive results.
Looking to explore the online dating industry, 34-year-old entrepreneur Benji Kurtz launched a handful of niche dating sites in 2001 focused on everything from religious backgrounds to physical stature, such as height and size."She is amazingly supportive and quite patient with my son's demanding work schedule, I guess she knew what she was getting herself into." While some business owners are banking on the business of love, others are connecting with like-minded single entrepreneurs through social networks.