Hub includes all of the information you will need to plan your C2 Montréal experience: keynotes, workshops, labs, parties, and, of course, Brain Dates.“In order to get the best experience, we recommend that people sign on, create their profile and make their matches long before the event itself,” Pierre Noïnski, Director – Participant Services at C2 Montréal, explained while describing the Brain Dating process, “Last year there were so many Brain Dates booked that those that waited until last minute had a tough time scheduling a time.” C2 participants wanting to plan their Brain Dates will need to set up their profile and specify their offers and requests for knowledge.First announced last July, Bumble has launched Bizz, a new mode in its app designed for professional networking and mentoring.
“When good connections are made, there is no better feeling,” Renaud explained, “Brain Dates remove the barriers to networking and help people get to the meaningful conversations right away.
So if you want to work for Bumble, just hover around in the general vicinity of their offices, and hope that your profile will eventually show up on the team’s radar.
Bizz joins BFF as another mode within the Bumble app, which was introduced last year to help you find your new best friend.
We are in the business of connecting human beings for meaningful conversations.” One of the biggest reasons why Harvard Business Review and Biz Bash both remarked on how C2 Montréal stands out as a great networking event is largely due to Brain Dates.
Yes, more and more conferences are offering social apps to their participants, but Brain Dates go far beyond supplying an app.