It's the on-demand economy's latest cure for relationship road bumps.
Relationships can be hard work: Keeping track of the birthdays and anniversaries, picking thoughtful gifts, planning romantic dates. Frankly, it can all be just a little much finding the time to impress your significant other.
At least, that’s what Dan Sullivan thinks.
That’s why the 27-year-old finance consultant started his first company: Betterboyfriend.me. It’s a monthly subscription service that works as a home delivery system for presents and dates. Sullivan’s three-person San Francisco team carts around the tea kettles and candles, and offers couples activities like romantic boat rides and cocktail making classes, all to make the art of dating just a bit more… automatic.
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