Word of mouth dating
Each year, she sees a handful of VIP clients paired up with someone on their level.
“These clients know what they want, are willing and able to pay for our focused attention,” she said.
“I have a higher confidence in making another million dollars than I do in finding a spouse,” he said.
Amy’s job as a high-end matchmaker in Silicon Valley is to help her clients get out of their own way and find a compatible date by tapping into a curated network of singles.
“These clients are typically in the public eye as C-suite executives, entrepreneurs, celebrities, or from high-profile domestic and international families,” Amy explained.
“They demand the utmost discretion and confidentiality at all times and appreciate that Linx prides itself in privacy.” Amy provides an elite VIP service to accommodate singles who have high expectations and a lot to offer a potential partner.
These individuals generally choose to hire matchmakers because online dating doesn’t offer enough privacy or hands-on service.
Many intelligent, ambitious, and analytical professionals flock to Silicon Valley because it’s the tech capital of the world.
It has a reputation as a vibrant, tech-savvy area where careers flourish and fortunes are made.
Because the matchmaking company’s client base is relatively small, Amy can promise to work individually with everyone she onboards.
She does not pass clients off on a junior matchmaker or rely on algorithms to create matches. “This is the antithesis of online or offline ‘volume dating,’” she said, “where a single man might hope to get lucky with the law of large numbers.” Linx fosters an invite-only dating and social network where clients can feel confident they’ll receive the matchmaker’s full attention and advice every step of the way.