The Inner Circle, an exclusive dating app that launched in Europe in 2013, is going after "Tinder-tired" singletons in the US.The app, which vets people's Linked In profiles before letting them use the platform, went live in Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Houston this week as it continues its expansion across the US."Whether they are from the creative or corporate world, it's about having that ambition and zest for life.And it's these qualities that makes The Inner Circle work for our members around the world." The Inner Circle, similar in many respects to The League, claims to be a profitable business.Their care and consistency in designing Blue Planet is evident everywhere.Blue Planet has been published in two versions: the first by Biohazard Games, the second under license by Fantasy Flight Games.
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It launched in New York City last October and signed up 32,000 people within the first three months.
"The US has become our fastest growing market, with New York and Boston leading the way," Michael Krayenhoff, cofounder of The Inner Circle, told Business Insider.
For every person that's accepted onto (or into) the elite community, another is turned away.
"At the end of the day we are looking to create a close network of like-minded, inspiring singles who are kicking ass in their profession," Krayenhoff previously told Business Insider.