You'll first want to come up with a name that you will operate under (a "DBA" name, so to speak).
Additionally, you'll want to choose a name that has an available domain address to compliment or match.
(Example: Match in Six = DBA | Domain address = 2. Just a word of personal advice from experience, I have noticed that age groups that range from 35 and up are more likely to fill up faster than those events for people who are single and under the age of 35.
At the end of the night they will all have met every opposite. Once you get the results, allow 24-72 hours to inform guest of their matches. Non mutual interests are voided discretely without anyone feeling put on the spot, or rejected.
They keep track of guest they would like to meet on the note card. Once all rounds are complete, guest turn their note cards in to you. How to Charge Depending on the venue selection and targeted audience, I would suggest charging anywhere from $15 to $30 per person at your speed dating event, starting out.
Organize effectively with lists, name tags, and a timer.
Figure out ahead of time which 10 people will be staying put (at tables, or on couches, etc.) and which 10 will be switching chairs, to make the process more effective.
Additional Info **Assure your guest that the events are for entertainment.
Also mention there is a realistic opportunity for them to meet someone special.
You can start with your single friends and then branch out, asking people to invite single friends.