Where do Silicon Valley’s tech millionaires go to find someone special?
According to a new episode of CNBC’s “The Filthy Rich Guide”, they visit Amy Andersen, the founder of Linx Dating.
The CEO says some clients in the Bay Area are willing to shell out between $100,000 and $500,000 to get matched up, giving her “all access, full autonomy to search the world for the perfect needle in a haystack”.
Founded in 2003 by Andersen, the offline boutique dating network has clients across the US, Europe, UAE, Asia, Australia.
On its website, Linx says: “Beyond being a matchmaking firm, Linx is also a robust network of highly educated Silicon Valley professionals.
“Though dating is our specialty, some of our most unexpected success stories have come from countless platonic social and business connections that can trace their origins to the broader Linx network.”
Check out the interview on CNBC here.