Singles can go online and sign up for this service and then attend a face-to-face dating match-up.
The organizers of the group line up tables for two. Once the speed dating begins, the men are seated opposite them.
Thanks to the many advantages to speed dating, we were always sure that it would be back in the mainstream before too long. Why are those same people who took to the internet now going back to dating events, whatever they are looking for?
The internet is useful, I won't deny it, but there are certain things that are just better in the real world.
Although it was always around, albeit less popular than before, ever growing numbers are taking to meeting people in real life once again.
This may come as a surprise to some people, but not the many supporters of the practice.
If two people hit it off, they can get together after the formal speed session and arrange a second date.
This matchmaking service is generally grouped by age or economic status.
Couples are allowed about ten minutes to talk before the man moves on to the next table.
This gives the couples a chance to get to know a little about each other.
Brave corporate pioneers include such firms as IBM, Abbott Labs, PNC Financial, Travelodge, Texas Instruments, the Salt River Project, and RBC.