By Sabina Mollot New York Kids Club, the chain of kids’ learning and recreational centers that includes a location on East 22nd Street, might seem like an unlikely place to hold a speed dating event.However, attendees of this upcoming event won’t be there in search of romance.” By the end of the night we’d talked to about half the people on the list, but eventually wound up sitting at a table with our ex and her friend.Eventually, our male friend starting making out with our ex’s friend, proving that the tried-and-true dating method of alcohol and mutual acquaintance still works.Parents will frequently ask on their respective groups if anyone knows a good nanny while the nannies will also be in search of work in their own networks.But, since the groups are separate, there wind up being many missed opportunities for connections.Founder – Rom Hendler is a 25 year veteran of the industry, former Chief Administration, Chief Marketing, and Chief Information Officer for Las Vegas Sands Corporation, the world’s largest integrated resorts company.M&A, venture investing and strategy work for Priceline Group.
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“The nannies absolutely loved it and we found that a lot of nannies came to find jobs or tips for trying to transition” from working for one family to another.