City Socialising, a social website that allows people to meet new people and make new friends in their city, are calling on Britons to celebrate the new season by having a revamp of their social lives.
With many people relocating at this time of the year or just vowing to make some changes and expand their social circle, CitySocialising are urging people to register and come along to one of their New Members Nights which they host bi-weekly across all of their major cities.
Their New Members Nights are the perfect opportunity to find out what CitySocialising is all about. For people who have yet to try it, this is a chance to go along for free and join likeminded people, simply by registering online and confirming your place.
New Members Nights offer a relaxed and easy-going atmosphere. CitySocialising appoint charismatic hosts to welcome new members and make introductions on the night. They will be on hand to answer any questions new members have, and to make sure attendees have a wonderful time as they find out what their Socials are like.
Sanchita Saha, CEO and founder of CitySocialising, commented: “This is the perfect opportunity to kick-start your social life and meet a whole new social circle. It can be difficult to meet new people and forge new friendships, which is why we make it as easy as possible. People who have attended our Socials in the past have said what a relaxed, friendly atmosphere it is and that they have had a great time. We look forward to seeing you there!”
For more information on CitySocialising, visit http://www.citysocialising.com.
CitySocialising is the UK’s leading socialising network for meeting new people, backed by PROfounders: the European VC fund set up by tech luminaries BrentHoberman (Lastminute.com) and Michael Birch (Bebo.com). Pioneering the convergence of virtual and real world networking in the UK, CitySocialising enables young professionals to meet new people and new friends locally whilst exploring and enjoying their city’s social scene. Launched with R&D funding from the Princes Trust in 2007 with a site and service in London, the network has since developed a community of over 160,000 users, organising over 1000 socials amonth across 50 cities in the UK, each overseen by a local Community Manager.