Whitney Wolfe in the last about two years has been the talk of the town in the New York City. This is because of her well thought of innovation; a unique female dating app. This is a joint venture with Andrey Andreev, founder of Badoo. The App is referred to as Bumble whose space they call the Hive. It has been art to provide a month-long installment space for fans, dates and basically anyone willing to hang around.
The décor at the Hive is a blend of yellow and black flavors in an awesome spiral pattern. It accommodates all including those not actually looking for dates since it’s a brand people are willing to be affiliated with. Whitney Wolfe has been lucky that her invention took off well. In fact, after a few days of opening, the space had been scheduled to hold a Mentoring & Mingle session by Forbes, Style session by Drybar while Whitney Wolfe would host the Skimm founders and executives.
Bumble App allows women to be in control. Whitney wanted an app that would break the bridge of women being seen as desperate for making the first move. Female participants are the only ones the site allows to initiate interest or conversation for straight people. In an era where social media is the core of everything, it’s slowly taking shape. Bumble is set for expansion with the opening of such spaces in other locations. Mark you, it has already launched the Bumble BFF for people looking for friendship.
About Whitney Wolfe
The Bumble, which she is a partner and CEO, has now over 11.5 users and is valued at $500 million. She is an admired entrepreneur who boasts of a degree in International Studies from the Southern Methodist University.
In 2014, Whitney Wolfe was recognized by the Business Insider as the ’30 Most Important Women Under 30.’ She was named among the 30 under 30 women of 2017 and Elle’s women in Tech. She works with the ‘Help Us Project’ along with stylist Patrick Aufdenkamp in helping orphans lived a better life.