Wetime, Web Service Strengthens Relationships by Making Couples Social Again

Couples who socialize together are happier together. But work, family, and other commitments often leave us with too little time for our primary relationships, let alone for a rich social life as a couple.

Help is at hand. Wetime is a unique, exciting, and hip online platform that strengthens relationships by making it easy for couples to stay socially active. After an extensive and successful trial phase, the site recently launched in the UK and Europe.

Wetime is a safe, peaceful, private space for couples and families to enrich their relationships. While most other social platforms focus on the individual, Wetime’s basic unit is the couple. By changing the very foundations of online social interaction, Wetime lets couples and families interact with each other in a way that’s hard to emulate in real life.

“Wetime reflects the life experience of the entire development team,” notes CEO Sietse Schelpe. “We’ve all noticed that couples and families who build a rich social life together are much happier, and we were all frustrated by the lack of online resources to help strengthen those primary relationships. Our pilot project revealed a huge demand for a social network centred around couples and families, and we designed Wetime to be exactly that network.”

The network’s online component is just the start. Wetime facilitates offline activities, too, making it the first online and offline social platform. Wetime’s magazine offers scores of tips for offline socializing, and the platform features a generous points system. Wecoins are redeemable for movie tickets, dining, travel, and wellness services. It’s just another way that Wetime is making relationships stronger and happier by helping couples become friends.

To learn more about how Wetime is bringing couples closer together, please visit www.wetime.co.uk or www.wetime.eu

Media Contact: 

Wetime , Sietse schelpe , SIetse@wetime.eu 0032493881164 Belgium Oostkamp

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