Speed networking is often referenced as a derivative of speed dating, Speed networking, a more recent concept, arose from the combination of speed dating and business networking and is thought to have started in the United States and, perhaps, simultaneously in the United Kingdom.
Although the techniques for speed dating and speed networking can be similar – individuals paired or grouped together for the purpose of introduction – the practices differ in their end goals.
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To have a positive speed dating experience, you can prepare ahead of time, know what to expect, and present yourself well to your dates.
Speed networking (or speed business meeting) is a meeting format designed to accelerate business contacts, generally with a bell.
Most speed networking events begin in the style of a more traditional meeting: an open room for mingling.
Following this open forum, during which drinks or food may be served, the event can be called to order by the host who explains the structure of the event, which differs slightly based on the available models (see below).
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After the "dating" sessions conclude, participants take notes and score or rank each of the people they were paired up with.
When two people express a shared interest in each other, they then have the opportunity to exchange contact information and further pursue the relationship on their own terms.
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