“The meet-and-greet is an important session for myself but more so for that prospect to get a good read of what Linx is all about,” she said.
Whether someone isn’t 100% over their ex or are in a difficult phase of their life, her instinct can tell if the timing is off.
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.
From Google to Apple to Lyft to Github, Silicon Valley is known for its juggernaut tech companies and innovative start-ups, so much so that there’s even a popular TV show named after it. Founded by Amy in 2003, Linx, for short, is a curated matchmaking service for those busy, high-profile single professionals in Silicon Valley and the surrounding Bay Area (as well as all over the world) who haven’t been able to find the relationship they want.
"Though they all seek commitment, some may be on a fast track and willing/able to pay a lot of money to accelerate the process, to allow me to conduct a broad geographic search beyond the Bay Area with a ton of individual attention and sometimes intense date coaching." "He is extremely private and is not the type to ever do online dating nor date colleagues.
He runs the company so dating someone under him would be an extreme no-no and beyond off limits.