The popular female-led dating app Bumble is planning to open a physical location for people who use the app to meet up, hang out, or just visit with friends. This is the first step in the expansion of the Bumble brand and will continue with BumbleBIZZ, a social networking site for professionals not necessarily looking for dates.
The space is open during the week for Bumble users to meet up, but on the weekends it focuses on seminars and female empowerment meetings. Some keynote brands that will be hosting these seminars are Drybar and Forbes with a mentorship program. The BumbleBFF is also being launched. This app will help its users find friends with common interests. It will offer a coffee bar and a merchandise corner. All merchandise sales will go to charity, and Bumble founder Whitney Wolfe is very excited about this new chapter.
Whitney Wolfe’s Revolutionary Dating App Bumble
Whitney Wolfe formed Bumble as a female led dating app. The female clients are the only ones who can initiate contact with other members. Bumble was initially launched in 2014 and has since expanded to a globally used app and a company with 35 employees. Whitney Wolfe insists that for any business to succeed, there has to be a culture of trust and loyalty among its employees. This will contribute to the overall success of the company.
Meet Whitney Wolfe
Whitney Wolfe is an American entrepreneur. She is the founder and CEO of Bumble and the co-founder of Tinder. She has a long history or giving back and has launched non-profits as well as worked with orphanages in Southeast Asia. Bumble was founded in late 2014, and by late 2015 it had over 80 million matches and over 10 million conversations. Bumble just keeps attracting more people, and in 2015 it was ranked as the fourth more popular dating app in the world. In honor of her dedication and hard work, Whitney Wolfe was named one of Forbes 30 under 30 in 2017.