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Inspired by and wanting to impress his girlfriend (who happens to be his co-founder), Pius Uzamere, 27, created BeCouply, a mobile application that helps couples discover new date spots, capture special moments and connect with their couple friends.

“I realized there wasn’t a lot out there for couples who don’t want to fall into the trap of dinner and a movie every Friday night.”

A self described, hacker, writer and entrepreneur, Uzamere is graduate of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where he studied computer science and engineering.

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