733 Beatty st, Vancouver, BC
New here or long timer? Looking to get meet wonderful friends? Nothing better to do? Come out to CONNECTIONS, an evening of awesome refreshments, great people, icebreaker activities and win prizes! This is a way to meet some of the many people in the group!
Many times people tell me they did not get to meet or talk to everyone an an event. And it's understandable, there are many constraints from tables and large number of people and etc... Thats why we have monthly minglers!
Join us for Extremely Shy Vancouver's (ESV's) first Connections Mingler event where you are likely to be introduced to at least a dozen people in the room. I'm sure you're all aware of how Speed Dating works. This is going to work in exactly the same way except it's not dating, it's just socializing!
The Cost is TBD at the door and goes toward room rental, food & snacks (appetizers, sushi, desserts and drinks), honorariums and prizes etc... We will also have an expert doing a TED talk on making a good first impression (read below)
Here are some benefits for speed socializing:
After the speed networking session is over, there will be lots of time for mingling and socializing.
I guarantee that you will meet lots of new people this evening in a very fun and friendly way. If you are new to the group, this is a perfect way to get to meet lots of other members.
Doors open at 7:15pm, come and mingle and get to know other members in a causal setting. Games will start when majority of people arrive.
If this is your first event, do let us know! we'll love to give you an Extremely Shy Welcome
no show policy: we encourage everyone who rsvped to make an effort to come out. food and speaker has been prepared ahead of time. no shows and late cancellations will be marked with a star and will be bumped from future events or removal from group (if severe).
I decided to start Reno Motorcycle Riders Group because I wanted to be part of a group of people who enjoyed my passion... I was excited and nervous. Our group has grown by leaps and bounds. I never thought it would be this big.
— Henry, started Reno Motorcycle Riders