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At least for these events, you get to meet people who most likely have the same interests or hobbies as you and if you don’t manage to meet anyone, you can still have fun,” she told Channel News Asia.

WOOING TECHNOLOGY: YAY OR NAYBut even so, Ms Syn admits to feeling “jaded” from the dating events and has recently signed up with mobile-based app Coffee Meets Bagel, where she has had a few dates with “more like-minded individuals”.

The 30-year-old Singaporean first went on speed-dating when she was 21 and remembered the sit-down event as being “awkward”.“I was definitely hesitant at first because you don’t know what to expect, but I thought I should be open-minded and just try.

Such activities can serve as a much-needed distraction and help participants to “be less stressed out about having to impress one another”, Ms Goh said.

Thus far, interest in these activity-based events has been strong, with participants mostly in their 20s and early 30s.

Over at It’s Just Lunch Asia, it is the guarantee of privacy and a human touch in its matchmaking process that have ensured sustained brisk business.

According to managing director Anisa Hassan, the agency now has an active member base of 5,000 people and attracts an average of 800 new customers a year.

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