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If I sit with each person for two minutes, the event will be 16 minutes in length. Use all media avenues you have available: flyers, e-blasts, staff meeting announcements, newsletters, social media sites, etc. Usually, speed-dating events have a line of tables with a chair on either side.
You will also need a bell or whistle to sound when the time per round has passed.
Place a table by the entrance, with labels and question cards.
If you are looking for ambiance, use table cloths and battery-operated votive candles.