Being Single a global Trend
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A Global Trend
A growing and increasingly more important target group in the world.
• Approximately 50% of the population in the Western world today is single.
• The global marrying age has gone from 23 in 1960 to 29.3 in 2010.
• More people get divorced today and experience one or more periods as singles during their adult life.
• More people choose to live a single life today and the single lifestyle is increasingly more accepted globally.
• The interest in books, TV-programs and films about single people and their lifestyles has increased enormously
during the last ten years with popular shows such as ”Sex and the City”, which portrays the single life as empowered
• A booming dating market throughout the world shows that there is a large population of single people out there
looking to connect.
SingleRing is based on the idea that many singles – just like most married people – want to show their “partner status” through a finger ring. Of course, to singles it has an added
purpose: to signal to other singles that they are just that. Complete and proud for being single, while also open for new acquaintances and relations.
While internet dating has become a popular activity, there is no doubt that casual socialising with other people in a natural setting such as bar, at the grocery store or on a beach
is still the most organic way of making new acquaintances. Here, SingleRing serves as an ice breaker and does the talking for you.
The SingleRing concept was first developed in Scandinavia.
Since the launch in 2005, over 200,000 singles in 20 countries in the world have purchased the SingleRing.
Celebrities all over the world celebrate the SingleRing concept and many of them wear the ring or buy it as a gift for single friends, relatives or colleagues.
Today SingleRing is represented on four continents :
China, Hong Kong, Japan, Philippines, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan, India
Belgium, Finland, France, Sweden, Switzerland
Brazil, Ecuador, Mexico
Monique Coleman (High School Musical)
James Kyson Lee (Heroes
Madeline Zima (Showtime’s Californication)
Haley Bennett (Cora Corman in Music & Lyrics)
Terrence Howard (Hustle & Flow, Crash)
Maria Menounos (Access Hollywood)
Jai Rodriguez (Queer Eye for the Straight Guy)
Wilmer Valderamma (70’s Show)
Hunter Parrish (Showtime’s Weeds)
Navi Rawat (Numb3rs)
Kaley Cuoco (8 Simple Rules)
Rex Lee (Entourage)
Cris Judd (Dancer, J-Lo’s ex)
Johnathon Schaech (That Thing You Do)
Jonathan Lipnicki (Stuart Little, Jerry Maguire)
Vivica Fox (Kill Bill, Major Movie Star)
Jen Schefft (Bachelor, Author: Better Single Than Sorry)
Jonathan Sadowski (Live Free or Die Hard)
Amanda Beard (Olympic Medal Swimmer)
Evan Ross (Life Support)
Jamie Kennedy (Kickin It Old Skool)
Ivana Baquero (Pan’s Labyrinth)
Scout Taylor-Compton (Halloween)
Charlie Lapson (designer to the stars)
Marla Maples (Ex Wives Club)
Pixie Acia (TLC’s LA Ink)
Gina Marie Heekin (Maniacs)
Ashley Rose Orr (Shirley Temple Story)
Renee Intlekofer (Project My World)
Aber Whitcomb (CTO MySpace)
Brooke Langton (Replacements)
Michael Politz (The Vegas Eye)
Dawnna Dukes (Texas State Rep, Austin)
Louis Carreon (artist)
Phil Varone (Waking Up Dead)
Justin Klosky (Guiding Light)
A selection of International Press 2005-2010
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