Whitney Wolfe has every right to be proud of her accomplishments. She has taken a dating app company that started as an application that did not make any money in the first year to the top.
Bumble app was completely free and it was in a testing stage where Whitney Wolfe wanted to get feedback from customers. Now this app is valued as a billion dollar app. This is the type of potential that Whitney Wolfe has.
She found herself on the cover of Forbes magazines in the same time frame of a year that Kylie Jenner would also land on the cover. What Whitney Wolfe embodies is a feminist movement of empowerment for women when it comes to apps for dating and fighting back against sexual harassment.
In her various partnerships she has been all about promoting equality for everyone in terms of the way they are treated when it comes to opportunities in the business world. She wants to give women the same type of leverage that men have, and this is how Bumble Bizz came along.
Whitney Wolfe has gone extra miles to recruit talent with females that may have never received the opportunities to be in the business roles that they are in. She knows that there is a huge amount of discrimination in the business world. She also realizes that in dating men are controlling the dating apps. She wanted to be someone that could help women control their own experiences.
It was going to be easier for her to do this as the CEO that was calling the shots under her own roof. This is what led to the creation of Bumble. She was the co-founder of Tinder, but her time there would soon pass as she found herself in an awkward position inside of this organization. She did not want to be held down by the negativity inside of Tinder, and she knew that she had ideas that she wanted to explore beyond what this company was willing to do. Bumble would be the outlet that would give her this opportunity to do just that.
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