ST. LOUIS, Mo. (KMOV.com) – With the help of an Arch Grant, a St. Louis company created a digital platform that allows people to have an invisible significant other.
The company, Invisible Girlfriend, allows people to sign up and pay for a companion that texts, sends voicemails and handwritten letters to users as evidence they are in a relationship.
The concept, and company, recently received one of the 11 Arch Grants worth $50,000.
“Arch Grants has a really awesome reputation, not only in St. Louis, but around the world for bringing awesome companies and investing in them in St. Louis, we wanted to be part of that,” said Kyle Tabor, CEO of Invisible Girlfriend.
The company said it will use the grant money to continue tweaking their product.