Faq

How much does participation at BSD cost?

The fee for participation is Euro 60 which includes an aperitif. Payment can be made through Paypal or bank transfer using the bank details which will be sent by email.

What is the aim of Business Speed Date?

The principal aim of BSD is to meet other freelancers and entrepreneurs in a short time (10 Minutes), thus developing new contacts for future business relationships.

Who can participate at BSD meetings?

Meetings organized by BSD are addressed at entrepreneurs, managers on behalf of companies and freelancers.

When do Business Speed Date meetings take place?

Our meetings are always held on weekdays at happy hour. Exact location, day and time will be posted on the site about 15 days before the date of the event.

How many people participate at the event?

The number of participants is around 12.

How long is the event?

Every BSD evening takes about 3 hours, including time for an aperitif.

How long does each ‘match’ lasts?

Each pair has 10 minutes, 5 minutes each to present their business.

What should I do to make the most of a BSD?

Remember that in every match you have only 5 minutes to present your business, we suggest you keep it brief. Bring a large number of business cards to give to your interlocutors and remember to write down on a sheet of paper all the essential information of your matches! At the end of each match, if you are interested in finding out more about your acquaintance with your contact person, we recommend that you set up a next appointment with him right away.

Remember that:

  • The request for participation must reach the Organizer, at most within 7 days before the event.
  • Payments must be made via Paypal or bank transfer to bank coordinates sent by e-mail to the Organizer and must be received, at most, 5 days before the event.
  • It is necessary for all participants to take the place to the event a few minutes before the start time in order to register at the reception desk.
  • The bell of the bell defines the end of each match and the time to meet the next participant. It starts and ends all together.