We take time to meet with you personally - as we do with all our clients - to get to know exactly what you want out of a partner, and your future.
Because of this highly personalised approach, you'll be introduced to carefully selected matches, so your chances of finding 'the one' are far higher.
Then you are straight into the exciting world of Speed Dating with your first date of the evening.
A bell sounds after five minutes and you record on your Speeding Ticket if you would like to meet the person again.
At each event, you will meet between 5 to 10 people of the opposite gender.
The hardest thing about speed dating is making it through the door; however, once you’ve had a drink and have met the other Speed Daters, you’ll be feeling more relaxed in no time.
Registration is fast free & easy, just choose the event thats best suited to you!
Our speed dating events are hugely sought after including unique events from 'Over 40's' 'Fast n Flirty' 'The Farmers Wife' 'Professionals in the City' 'Cougars' 'Fitness Freaks' and more!
Members of the public are able to book for both the Showcase sections, or just one. Simon Morton presents & co-produces Radio New Zealand National’s award winning weekly consumer sci-tech programme ' This Way Up', which he established in 2005.
Girls stay seated and the guys move to the next table until you have met everyone.
There will be a fifteen minute half time break so you can refresh your drinks, help yourself to the complimentary finger food, catch your breath as well as mingle a bit more.
This Arts Tech Speed Dating event is an inaugural opportunity for New Zealand's artistic, science and tech sectors to come together and innovate, using their collective skills and knowledge to kick-start us exploring the potential for New Zealand to lead the world in Arts Tech and transform each of these art forms for the twenty-first century.
The event has three components: -pm | See the Potential - lunchtime public showcase event MCed by Simon Morton: leading arts professionals, scientists and tech innovators talk about what excites them about arts/tech/science collaborations.