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For singles looking to meet a special person without the help of social media, speed dating events could hold the answer. Attendees embark on a of quick-fire encounters and a bell or buzzer rings when each timed date has come to an end. Participants progress from one table to the next, until everyone has had a chance to meet each other.
To get a sense of the kinds of speed dating events there areyou can search the Eventbrite platform. Speed dating event organisers should always be clear about who their event is for by giving a suggested age range and sexual orientation — for example, is the event for men to meet women, for men to meet men, and so on.
Once all of the dates have taken place, participants can select the people they would like to meet again either confidentially on the night via a form or later via a website. First of all, think about how long you want to give participants to get to know each other — the length of each speed date will vary depending on the organiser, although the norm is usually between three and eight minutes.
Multiply the of minutes by the of dates that will take place and add on time at the start for everyone to arrive and take their places and time at the end for people to think about who they might like to see again. First stop: secure a venue. Restaurants and bars tend to work really well as do other sociable spaces, such as coffee shops, student unions and co-working hubs.
Your event could introduce a large of potential new customers to the venue, and they will be spending money there during the event on drinks and snacks, so use this as bargaining power to negotiate a discount on the hire cost or even secure a venue for free. Have somewhere at the entrance where people can register their arrival and pick up a name badge and a list of the people they are going to meet so they can make notes and identify the people they would like to see again.
Welcome everyone to the event, and make an effort to put attendees at ease as you explain the rules.
Publicise the event via your social media channels and website and, if you have held similar events in the past, see if attendees would be willing to provide testimonials. Word-of-mouth and referral marketing can be really effectiveespecially when it comes to promoting an event that people might feel a little nervous about attending. Ask the venue to support your marketing efforts too, by telling their online followers about it and putting up posters. Charging a registration fee will help cover your costs — check out other speed dating events in your local area to see what they are charging as this will help you price your tickets.
Find out if the venue is willing to offer discounted drinks or ask whether you could set up your own bar as an extra source of revenue.
If you have your own venue, a free drink on arrival could be a nice incentive to secure early-bird bookings. Finding things that people have in common is a great way to get the conversation started. What to wear to a speed dating event? Make it simple by theming your evening around a film, TV show or decade, and ask attendees to come as their favourite character. Asking what someone does for a living 10 times in a row is going to get boring.
Popping a few quirky questions on each table is a great way to break the ice — for example, what animal would you like to be reincarnated as and why?
Get started with the Eventbrite Organiser app. How do speed dating events work? Common rules of speed dating Speed dating event organisers should always be clear about who their event is for by giving a suggested age range and sexual orientation — for example, is the event for men to meet women, for men to meet men, and so on.
How long do speed dating events last? How to host a speed dating event First stop: secure a venue. How much to charge for a speed dating event? Choose a theme to help people pick an outfit What to wear to a speed dating event? Introduce some question inspiration Asking what someone does for a living 10 times in a row is going to get boring. Was this article worth your time? Yes No. All Rights Reserved.Arranging a speed dating event
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