Tinder rules: & # 39; Single and Ready to Mingle & # 39; face-to-face event goes all the way with even the organizers saying the turnout & # 39; terrible & # 39; was – and they claim MANS are to blame
- A face-to-face singles expo on the Gold Coast did not have a good return
- The founder said the event would not run next year due to poor results this year
- In particular, the event had a shortage of men to enjoy speed dating
A singles expo, designed to encourage personal communication between Aussies looking for love, will not return for a second year after a hopeless dropout.
Single and Ready to Mingle Expo organizer Diane Hap said her event was a & # 39; terrible & # 39; emergence, despite much interest from social media that led to this day.
The three-day exhibition in Broadbeach on the Gold Coast attracted no more than 1,000 people during his inaugural run and was mainly robbed of men.
Mrs Hap said that while the number of people who turned up was minimal, the biggest blow came in the form of gender inequality.
A singles expo, designed to encourage personal communication between Aussies in search of love, will return for less than a year after a terrible outage
Balloon Aloft owner Brittany Capps, who is flying with balloons, said she saw flourishing relationships take off during the day
She said males should in fact be dragged to participate in the speed dating events Gold Coast Bulletin reported.
& # 39; There are more single women on the Gold Coast. We had a lot of people say on social media that they were coming, so I don't know what happened, & she said.
The event was advertised as & # 39; the ultimate singles expo in which everything is romantic & # 39 ;.
& # 39; We will provide participants with relationship advice and tools to help them be the most easily understood version of themselves, not to mention giving opportunity to singles to meet Mr. or Mrs Right. & # 39 ;
Retailers could set up stalls during the event.
The three-day exhibition in Broadbeach on the Gold Coast did not attract more than 1,000 people during the inaugural period and was mainly robbed of men (stock image)
Single and Ready to Mingle Expo organizer Diane Hap said her event was a & # 39; terrible & # 39; brought about a rise despite much interest from the social media that preceded the day
Shooters night club, sex toy brands, love coaches and wine companies ran some of the stalls at the expo over the weekend.
But others reportedly chose to pack and went home early due to the low turnout.
Despite the event coordinator's own confessions that Single and Ready to Mingle & # 39; a flop & # 39; were not returning for a second year, some suppliers expressed their satisfaction with the event.
Balloon Aloft owner Brittany Capps, who is flying with balloons, said she saw flourishing relationships take off during the day.
& # 39; I hope they do it again. It's a great way to get people away from Tinder and meet face-to-face. & # 39;
She said the event was not only good for companies such as hers, but bringing single people together was also a positive result.
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