“The brand of The League is really for these ambitious driven, young professionals that want to date other ambitious, driven young professionals,” explained Amanda Bradford, founder of The League.
Instead, young professionals looking for a suitable mate are flocking to apps like The League and syncing their Linked In profile in the hopes that their resumes will help seal the deal and find them someone special.
Exclusive events Our Lovestruck events are the talk of the Hong Kong dating scene.
From regular special event nights to our famous free-to-attend Laissez-Faire parties where you are free to mingle with up to 900 people in attendance, there's always something on for you to meet new people in a fun and relaxed way. Date discovery Our incredible date matching device allows you find people who like doing the kind of stuff you do in your free time, saving on those endless "what do you want to do? Create your own fun date and get asked out, or ask out a Lovestrucker with a unique date idea!
All dating activities are conducted under a safe and secured environment.
We protect and ensure the privacy and security of our customer information.
The men know that women they meet in The League are career oriented, intelligent, ambitious and are working just as hard.
That’s the kind of ethos that we want our community to have.” The League has been described as Tinder for the elites.
Linking online dating apps to Linked In was “a stroke of genius”, according to Rick Nguyen, a 28-year old entrepreneur and co-founder of Spot Trender.Pursuit of Excellence We deliver excellent customer service and aim to be the best in everything we do.We endeavour to attain high standards of professionalism and service delivery to singles and exceed the standards set by SDN on the code of professional conduct Safety And Security We regard safety as an essential to our operations.The number of singles also rose across all ages surveyed, but the sharpest spike was in the 50s age group.The number rose from 43,100 to 75,600 between 20 - or a jump of 75 per cent.A friend once said, 'you're content with the love you already have from your family.''' MS WEE LE FONG, 40 The main reason for delaying marriage is "competing life goals", she says, such as a prolonged period in formal education and career. In the Marriage and Parenthood Study 2012, a survey commissioned by the National Population and Talent Division, 83 per cent of single respondents indicated that they wanted to get married.