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If your "match" card is the same as another person's, you'll be given the contact information so that you can pursue it further, if you'd like.

You can also stay after the event and continue talking to someone that you found particularly interesting.

Let My People has been the grandest one of all, packing 'em in 3,000 strong, including Jewish jet-setters from London, Toronto, and Sydney.

This year, they'll break in Chelsea's newest venue, Avalon, the new incarnation of the famed Limelight, oddly enough in an old Episcopal church.

At Hatch Match NJ 2015, held on May 5 in place of the regular NJ Tech Meetup, more than 60 startup founders interacted with about twenty investors in a kind of “speed dating” event.

The evening was organized by The Hatchery and co-hosted by NJ Tech Meetup founder Aaron Price.

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