As technology advances and online communication becomes more prevalent, the risk of falling victim to romance dating scams increases. Over 50 million people use dating apps. It's essential to raise awareness and provide education on protecting oneself from these scams, as they can have devastating financial and emotional consequences.
In recent years, the dating landscape has shifted dramatically towards online dating and away from traditional methods. The emergence and popularization of dating apps have changed how people meet and interact with potential romantic and sexual partners. Approximately 55% of the world’s population uses a dating app, and over 50% report accessing the site while at work.
By speaking on the topic of romance dating scams, I aim to connect with individuals and organizations seeking to prevent these types of scams and protect vulnerable individuals in our communities. It is essential to promote the safe and responsible use of online platforms and to encourage individuals to be vigilant in detecting and avoiding potential scams.
The pandemic left us all in dire need of human contact, and many people shifted to online dating to keep their romantic life afloat. A tremendous loss in productivity has developed in parallel with the increased use of these applications.
This keynote or workshop will help your attendees discover tips, tools, and resources to help reduce their loss of productivity, stress, and cash. From the sponsor's standpoint, it will help identify and help prevent 31% in productivity losses in the workplace.