How can we get to know the people around us in a way that’s authentic, meaningful, and at our fingertips?
How do we build quality networks when we’re all so busy and distracted? Even if we’re all connected to each other by two or three degrees, why is it still so painful to go to conferences and find dates? Does being able to pull up everyone’s life history really help us get past the chit chat any faster? And what about when you reach that point in your life where all you want is someone to grab a drink with at the end of the day without anyone assuming or expecting anything?
I WORK IN A BUILDING WITH 30,000 PEOPLE. WHY IS IT STILL SO HARD TO FIND SOMEONE TO EAT LUNCH WITH?
I JUST WANT COFFEE WITHOUT PEOPLE ASSUMING THAT I’M HITTING ON THEM.
NONE OF MY 12,000 “FRIENDS” ARE AROUND. HOW DO I FIND SOMEONE TO GRAB A DRINK WITH AT THE END OF THE DAY?
Strangers are just friends we haven’t met yet.
Every aspect of our lives ultimately comes down to the people in it. We all go through phases where we need to replenish or expand our day-to-day networks, but current solutions to discovering new personal and professional relationships are still awkward, inappropriate and time-consuming. Our tools, events and growing community address these issues by matching you to likeminded people over food and drink.