Speed dating for college students
Bible teachers from nine Mennonite high schools visited Hesston (Kan.) College and Bethel College (North Newton, Kan.) April 12 and 13.
Hesston College Bible instructor Michele Hershberger devised an interesting method to introduce the Bible teachers to Hesston’s program.
Mints, brochures and messaging In some respects this format proved to be as unnerving as a round of romantic speed dating.
Executives sauntered down the winding corridor to find a suite where executives from tech firms were waiting to make a good first impression.
What originally started in 2010 as a warehouse full of miniature houses rented by tech startups has evolved into a Developer Town product of its own.
(Sociology) a method of meeting potential partners in which each participant has only a few minutes to talk to each of his or her dates before being moved on to the next one.
Springbuk CEO Rod Reasen and account executive Lauren Howard meet with executives from Indiana companies during Tech Point's suite speed dating event last week at Bankers Life Fieldhouse in downtown Indianapolis.
“Nobody’s really focused on this cadre of companies,” Mike Langellier, president and CEO of Tech Point, said of firms at the scale-up stage, those that have evolved beyond startups and have a critical mass of revenue.
Building more relationships “is something our maturing tech community needs more of right now,” he said.