Keys to Success Compu Date has identified three keys to success which will be closely monitored. Compu Date is compiling extensive market research to provide it with accurate information regarding its target market. If Compu Date does not pick the right people, the business will not progress. This position provided Suzie with invaluable skills for managing a variety of different projects. Personals division where she got direct experience for the matchmaking industry which gave Suzie the insight and confidence in developing her own company to compete within this industry.Compu Date has conservatively forecasted sales for year two, rising in year three.The Market Compu Date will target two distinct market segments, 20-35 year olds, and 36-60 year olds.Compu Date's services must appear hip and cool in order to be popular with the younger age group which has a 9% annual growth rate and 54,000 potential customers.Century is the advent of social media and on line dating.Sites such as Zoosk, Match, Our Time, Elite Singles, and other sites as well as facebook offer the ability to “hook up”, with someone who has similar interest and goals and objectives in life. We know how tough the single life can be in Boston when you are leading a busy life.Instead of wasting time dating online sending out messages to people you don’t even know, why not trust us to do the searching for you?
Compu Date has purchased the assets of Date Match Maker and is a sole proprietorship owned by Suzie Butterfly.Our matchmakers will provide you with all of the details about the kind of person you’re seeking.Our mission is to arrange casual dates that help single, career-minded men and women find successful relationships.The Board adopted a policy precluding the Member from reviewing or having any connection with decisions issued by the Chief on those rare occasions when it was necessary for the Chief to conduct a hearing and function as an Appeals Examiner. 1161-83, the Commission considered whether a situation where spouses worked for the same agency and had a supervisor-subordinate relationship constituted a conflict of interest.The Commission concurred with the Deputy Attorney General who represented the Board that the recusal policy in place at the Board was a sufficient mechanism to avoid a conflict situation. 19-98, the Commission issued a complaint charging the Chairman of the Ocean County Soil Conservation District, Department of Agriculture, with violating sections 23(e)(4) and (7) of the Conflicts Law when he participated in a controversial matter pending before the District Board in which his brother, an employee of the District, had substantial involvement and for voting on matters that involved personnel and salary issues affecting his brother. This situation was reviewed under the application of section 23(e)(4) of the Conflicts Law which prohibits State employees from acting in their official capacity in a matter wherein they have a direct or indirect personal financial interest that might reasonably be expected to impair their objectivity or independence of judgment.