Hellenic Professional Women Presents Online Event on Finding Love in 2021

NEW YORK – Hellenic Professional Women (HPW) presents their latest online event via Zoom, Effective Ways to Meet Someone in 2021 for Love and Life, on Thursday, February 18, 7:30-8:30 PM, with special guest Agape Match CEO Maria Avgitidis. The discussion will be moderated by Irina Kapetanakis, Founder & CEO, Obscur Intimates, and VP of Marketing, Suuchi Inc.

Millions of singles are experiencing dating fatigue, but "not-swiping" is not an option during lockdown. Matchmaker Maria Avgitidis will demonstrate effective ways to help single friends (or ourselves) meet someone special in 2021.

Avgitidis is the CEO of Agape Match, a matchmaking service based in New York City, and the host of Ask a Matchmaker podcast. For over a decade, she has successfully combined four generations of family matchmaking traditions with modern relationship psychology and search techniques to ensure her professional clientele are introduced to their ultimate match.

Register on Eventbrite: search Effective Ways to Meet Someone in 2021 for Love and Life, and an email will be sent with the ID number just before the event starts.

The event is free for HPW members and $5 for non-members.

More information about HPW is available online: http://hellenicprofessionalwomen.org.


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