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Each room can focus on a topic, and networking can be done round robin style: one group of attendees moving clockwise, while the other group of attendees is stagnant.
Then switch, so each of the two camps gets a chance to interact with each other, as well.
This allows attendees to go into depth about issues they have already heard about during the day’s sessions.
And it’s a good way to engage attendees through the end.
While this set-up may decrease attendees’ chances of meeting one another, it affords attendees the opportunity to discuss matters in private and encourages the formation of individual relationships.
It also allows attendees to meet with a larger number of experts than the group setting would offer.
For a total of 10 attendees, a 30-minute round would be the maximum. Interaction with a fairly large number of people is possible in one setting, so I recommend this format for larger conferences.
This style of speed networking is best-conducted mid-way through, or towards the end, of the day.
Planners who opt for this style of networking can publish a registration list with name/organization/field of interest for all attendees for a sneak preview.
While I am not a big fan of hosted speed networking events on their own, I am a strong believer in integrating speed networking concepts with corporate conference activities.
No matter how many hands are shaken at conferences, there will always be a little uneasy about approaching strangers.
Have a computer assign time-slots, and tables for each attendee, and communicate the details!
Give each expert their own ‘station’ and have the attendees rotate.