Speed dating rotation
Whatever the case may be, speed dating for older adults is more common and more useful than ever before; it has transformed into an art, where those who can master its style are most successful. Keep reading and we will catch you up to speed (no pun intended).
Imagine if they were infused with science and technology in the same way that our agriculture, film and high performance sports sectors already are!During each fast paced session, participants will be able to network face-to-face.After the end of each session, participants will quickly alternate their seating arrangements to pair up with their next networking opportunity.He also contributes to the BBC World Service technology programme, ' Click' He's won numerous awards & has a deep understanding of innovation.With all participants seated in pairs, the SPEED NETWORKING sessions will commence.At the centre of the earth is a huge ball of liquid iron.
It is always spinning and causes the earth to spin with it.
Speed dating first evolved over a decade ago, but it has become much more popular in recent years, especially among baby boomers and seniors.
Perhaps the increasing need for companionship is to blame, or maybe the adrenalin-pumping nature of the event makes it so attractive.
-5pm | Arts Tech Speed Dating Rotation and Micro Match-up pm-3pm - Leading arts professionals, scientists and tech innovators 'speed date' to discover opportunities for combining their knowledge to create innovations 3pm-pm - afternoon tea pm-pm - participants match-up into mini teams and develop the ideas that excite them most pm–pm | Arts Tech Innovation Showcase and Prize-giving - Public showcase event MCed by Simon Morton, where the teams of artists, scientists and tech experts present the Arts Tech concepts they've created to a panel of expert judges who award prizes. Koha will be put towards costs not covered by sponsorship and in-kind contributions.
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.
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.