We are the only organization to routinely screen daters we feel may not be a good fit for our clients.
If we meet a dater we don't think you'll fancy meeting, we'll say 'No thank you' so you don't have to.
At a speed dating event, participants are paired up in a series of quick five- to seven-minute "dates." When the time is up, a bell or timer is rung, and participants move on to their next one-on-one conversation.
While seven minutes may not seem long enough to determine whether a new acquaintance is a potential match, Rabbi Deyo and other speed dating organizers have found that it gives participants plenty of time to gauge their level of interest or get a feeling that the other person is just not the right fit.
If the dating scene in your town has you and your single friends longing for the days of arranged marriages, or if you're happily attached and ready to take your matchmaking urges to the next level, it may be time to consider hosting a speed dating event.
Speed dating has been around since 1999, when Rabbi Yaacov Deyo and several of his single students put a new twist on the longstanding Jewish tradition of introducing young Jewish singles to one another at chaperoned gatherings.
Complete with stop watches, whistles and a footie captain yelling “times up” in yer face!
Our events offer a fresh alternative to speed dating and matchmaking.
Gone are the name-tags, shouting and over-the-top party trimmings.
Meeting your special someone shouldn't be anything but a comfortable and relaxed experience.
As an added bonus, the round-robin setup enables participants to meet more potential matches in one evening than they might otherwise encounter in a month or more of traditional dating.
Speed dating services can be found in just about any major city, but there's no need to wait for the next scheduled meet-up in your area.