Team Women 2.0 consists of two members from Linx Dating LLC http://www.linxdating.com and the Mint pages.
Amy Andersen is founder and CEO of Linx Dating LLC and Rory Van Nest is one of Linx’ matchmaker’s.
Linx is an exclusive, by-invite-only, Bay Area based dating and social networking society created for the “marriage minded.” Linx’ main target of focus is linking the Silicon Valley male to the San Francisco woman, but is not limited to those specific geographic regions. So if you happen to be single and bowling with us, don’t be shy, introduced yourself and you might get an invite to be linked.
The Linx network deals with a very high caliber mix of sophisticated eligibles. Everyone has an exceptional background, great job, excellent education, many interests beyond the scope of their career, as well as, physically fit and attractive. As part of entrance into this private society, each client goes through a detailed admission process of being prescreened, interviewed, and being sponsored by a current member in the network.
Linx is offline, pursues zero advertising and can be considered the “hidden” source for exclusive Bay Area dating. It is based on a large network of friends and referrals to their most eligible friends. Members reap the benefits of services that go way beyond the scope of the core of the matchmaking business, including:
- Link & Drink networking events, newsletters, concierge services, society clubs, and participation in the beta release of Linx’ website. In fact, Amy is hard at work on her second venture which will carry over core principals from the offline model, yet to the online world.
Andersen and Van Nest are both alumni of USC and raised in the Bay Area. Andersen is from Marin County, lives in Palo Alto and LOVES the entrepreneurial environment the Valley has to offer. Van Nest lives in San Francisco and enjoys the warm climates that PA has to offer too- so making the commute is no problem (or at least she says). Both ladies love social networking, spontaneous social circles ignited through bowling, a good sauv blanc, hot eligible men/women, and the end to a long work week.
Are you linked? Get linked and come say HI to us . We’ll be the ones wearing Women 2.0 shirts, so given that it is mostly men, it should be obvious.
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TheMintPages lets users exchange honest reviews, hot tips, and cool
trends with the best experts around: real people!
From shampoo to eyeshadow, beauty product experiences are unique to every woman. Traditional sources of such information, such as magazines and mass media, are unreliable and not impartial. TheMintPages, on the other hand, is a neutral forum that provides personalized product reviews for those seeking honest recommendations from trusted users, a haven from the insidious motives of corporate self-interest. TheMintPages also allows women to seek out similar users with whom they can share and receive much-needed, much-desired beauty product info.
We are looking for an advisor in the beauty industry, for example the
VP of Marketing for Sephora or the beauty editor of a popular magazine
for young women. Please drop firstname.lastname@example.org a line if you
have any leads. Thank you!
That’s right, we have a Flickr group called “What’s in your makeup bag” where you can share the contents of your makeup bag with the rest of the world! Simply take a picture of your stuff whether it’s gathered ’round the sink or laid out on a table, upload it to Flickr, comment on the items in your bag, and add it to the group pool!
Here’s a great little video that our friends at Ryan Is Hungry put together. They did a wonderful job putting the piece together, gotta love the appropriate alley music.
Stayed tuned each week for another video featuring at least one of the 12 companies bowling in the league.
Now that I *finally* got video working on this wordpress blog, what better way to christine the blog with a video of Paul Bragiel of meetro bowling a DOUBLE STRIKE!!!
We had an amazing turnout last night. Even though one team dropped out in the tenth frame, we picked up that spare and filled in with a full 4 person team. We have a new team addition now, and that will be Aaron Patzer heading up the MINT team.
I’m really pumped about the enthusiasm everybody had last night. Now we all know how good the sounds of 10 pins smacking against each other sounds. It was great to hear teams cheering and high-fiving as their team mates mopped the floor (without Ajax
I’ll be getting team points and individuals scores from the alley soon and I’ll put that up on www.bowling20.net along with some pictures and videos from last night.