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The Short Version: Whether they’re creating the latest edition of an already-cool product or coming up with the next big thing in tech, singles in Silicon Valley can lead fast-paced lives — which means dating often gets put on the backburner.Since 2003, Linx Dating and its Founder Amy Andersen have been addressing the needs of these busy, relationship-minded professionals with a curated, personalized, and intuition-based matchmaking system.Knowing both areas very well, Amy pinpointed the problem: there were more available men in Silicon Valley than San Fran and more available women in San Fran than Silicon Valley.
And while it seems like a lengthy process, Amy said it’s necessary because she wants every member to be happy with Linx and vice versa.
“That was my ‘aha moment’ where I thought ‘What if I were to bridge this gap and create these opportunities for these great women in San Francisco and these great men in Silicon Valley? Amy then spent the next 3 years doing as much research as she could, using her business-oriented mind to get a better idea of the market and demand for this type of matchmaking business.
In 2003, once she had all her ducks in a row, she quit her job at Merrill Lynch, launched the company, and never looked back.
“If someone says to me ‘All I do is work’, I’m probably not going to want to work with them.
Not only do they not have balance in their lives, but to me that’s also indicative that they don’t have time for a relationship.” After the initial screening, Amy sets up a one-on-one meet-and-greet, which she said is the most important part of becoming a client.
“I find there can be cross-pollination with my clients where they’ve somehow have met.