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We are looking for experts to teach our players new tricks on Two On An Island. So say you're an interior designer, personal fitness trainer or you're the chef at a local restaurant, we've create a fun experience with you in mind. Fill in the "Partner With Us" by Acuity Scheduling to contact us.

Two On An Island Partner Program envisions working in the community with the professionals our members know and love. We are also looking for sponsors too, so if you run a startup, leading a successful business or if you're Oprah! Please click SAY HELLO to contact the founders directly!



  • For starters, we challenge our players to a game of Romance!
  • Next, we manage the conversation by Reverse Following our players.
  • Lastly to "top it off", throughout the game players have a Romance Planner to guide them.

FACT: Mark and Aldania started Two On An Island with a $2000 bonus.

 Romance can be anything you make it, just fascinate your mate.

Romance can be anything you make it, just fascinate your mate.

TriviaHQ for Romance
— Jason Calacanis / Top Silicon Valley Angel


Group activity with positive residual effects aptly describes Two On An Island. The vision is humanitarian, we are designing our startup to celebrate relationships and to help couples work through the rough patches of Love.

At Two On An Island our mission is to impact thousands, many millions of couples worldwide. You are invited to play your part, as an incentive we've organised a lovely incentive program for you and your partner to enjoy. So whether it's home renovations, cooking, fitness or learning. You might be the inspiration needed to keep couples together. 

Now, what's more delightful and fulfilling than that?

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We're the product people behind the Romance Game. Our role is akin to yoga instructors - for Romance! It's our job to guide your team through Two On An Island.



Islanders are highly passionate people. The tighter their connection with their favorite brands, the better able brands are at exceeding their expectations. 

So what do you do? do you really do?