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Event management software seats like-minded guests together

Have you ever walked into a party without recognizing a single face in the crowd? Well, the creator of a new party tool for hosts aims to change all that.
Syracuse (WSYR-TV) -- Have you ever walked into a party without recognizing a single face in the crowd? Well, the creator of a new party tool for hosts aims to change all that.

“Social Tables” collects information about guests from Facebook and Twitter and then seats people with common interests together. It allows event planners to ensure guests have a better time.

“[It does] everything from manage their guest lists, to the floor plans for events, to the seating charts and the cool part is, we let guests interact with each other before or after, based on where they’re seated,” said Social Tables Founder and CEO Dan Berger.

If you hit it off with someone at an event, hosts have the option to publish the list of guests after the party too.

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