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Social Tables Making Seating Easier for Planners

Updated: Friday, August 2 2013, 09:24 PM EDT
Ever walk into a wedding reception or a party without knowing anyone else in the room? What if your online connections helped connect you with the crowd before you arrived?

For Don Berger, his inspiration for Social Tables came from attending a wedding.

The Washington based company draws data about guests from their social networks, so planners can seat people with common interests together, hopefully trading awkward icebreakers for more meaningful conversations.Social Tables Making Seating Easier for Planners


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