Hello! Event organized by BanyanWay for singles
BanyanWay event for singles’ in the Valentine month was based on the theme of ‘Love Languages.’ Based out of Atlanta, BanyanWay is a matchmaking platform for Indians living in the U.S. Held on February 20 with almost fifty attendees from all over the country, it turned out to be one of the matchmaking platform’s most successful singles’ events. BanyanWay’s brand ambassador Archith Seshadri and other BanyanWay hosts engaged the participants in various icebreaker and breakout room activities. Breakout rooms were preassigned as per the attendees’ ages and cultural backgrounds, enabling them to meet other eligible singles in the two-hour event.
[Left] BanyanWay event for singles’ in the Valentine month was based on the theme of ‘Love Languages.’
The highlight of the evening was special guest Shekar Jayaraman from Netflix’s Indian Matchmaking show. He spoke about his experience on the show and discussed the challenges of dating and relationships during the pandemic.
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