The technology industry has mostly been dominated by men, from the creation of Apple, Google, as well as Amazon among many other technology organizations. But women are also not left behind Bumble dating app is created by a woman Whitney Wolfe Herd. Ms. Whitney was also the co-founder and the Vice President of Tinder which is another dating app. She promotes women in both the corporate world as well as the dating game. The young entrepreneur was born and raised in Salt Lake City, Utah. After her High school, Wolfe attended South Methodist University where she studied International Studies. While still in college Whitney Wolfe began engaging in business. She sold bamboo tote bags which greatly benefited areas affected by the BP oil spill.
— Whitney Wolfe Herd (@WhitWolfeHerd) May 25, 2018
Bumble dating app created by Whitney Wolfe is regarded as the first female dating app. The dating app gives women the opportunity to make the first move. The dating app has become popular among women because of the new approach. Ever since the inception of the feminine dating app, it has been tremendously expanding, and it has more than 30 million subscribers. Ms. Whitney Herd had a different vision of assisting women to be the one making the first and the final decisions when it came to dating, this feature has helped the online dating firm to become the first dating organization in the United States of America to be so famous, and its evaluation exceeding billions.
Whitney Wolfe Herd does not stop in making Bumble a dating app; instead, she has a bigger vision. Recently the online dating app launched Bumble Bizz and Bumble BFF. The recent apps enable Bumble subscribers to find business contacts as well as platonic friends. With the new apps, Bumble is on the way of entirely becoming a social network. When Ms. Wolf first established Bumble dating app, it only had three staffs, and it has grown to more than 800 employees most of them being women. The organization has also expanded their function, and the services are now available in more than five countries. Despite the busy schedule of an entrepreneur, Whitney Wolfe still found time for herself, and she finally found her match. The difference is that she did not meet the love of her soul online instead their meeting was physical. During a family vacation, Michael Herd and Whitney Wolfe were introduced by a mutual friend. After dating the two finally got married in a beautiful ceremony held in Villa Tre, Southern Italian town of Positano.
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