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Whitney Wolfe Strives To Build A World In Positivity And Affirmations

In this world, some of the most used buzzwords are positivity and affirmations. One of the reasons behind this is that people want to hear good things. They want to hear good things about themselves, their lives, and this world. However, the truth is that this world is surrounded by negativity. Even in the politically correct world of acceptance and rights, it is important for people to fight for their own positivity. However, with social media and the apparent need to attack others, it can be very hard to maintain a positive outlook which is why Whitney Wolfe has decided to create a platform for women when it comes to this.

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Whitney Wolfe has started Bumble as a way to increase the confidence of women and get them to approach men. However, she knew that this was not her intention. After releasing the dating app, she has worked on an extension that was a lot closer to her original intention. When Whitney Wolfe released it, she gave it the name Bumble BFF. This was a social network for women to connect with one another and give each other the support they need so that they can continue to move forward with their lives.

With BFF, this gives women the chance to meet with one another and continue to give each other support. At the same time, she works very hard at providing a welcoming environment for women who are involved in this network. One thing that is admirable about Whitney Wolfe is that she is always looking for new opportunities to empower women. After she released Bumble Bff for women, she has thought about the struggles women face in the workforce. This has inspired the most recent extension, Bumble BIZZ enabled women to reach out to one another for business opportunities.

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Whitney Wolfe: The Queen Bee of Bumble

In today’s tech-savvy world, dating apps are nothing new and they all seem to have to same concepts and features. Whitney Wolfe, however, has taken mobile-dating to an entirely different level with Bumble: the unique dating app that puts the power to swipe right in the hands of the women, empowering them to make the first move without looking desperate. Another creative and much-needed feature is a platonic version of the app called Bumble BFF where people can search for friends without the risk of creepy pick-up lines. Whitney Wolfe’s innovations don’t stop there, as the app is going to have a physical space tied to it. For just one month in New York City, Bumble is opening a pop-up location called the Hive where fans of the app can meet up, have a drink, and just chill out. Anyone can stop by for a date, to meet friends, the special fashion events that will be hosted for relationships, entrepreneurship, and mentoring.

The CEO impressive app, Whitney Wolfe, was born in Utah to parents that encouraged her to understand the world around her. With that understanding came the knowledge that some people needed help – and she was going to give it. After learning about the BP oil spill in 2010, she started selling bamboo tote bags to help out, and the business gained so much popularity, it even reached celebrities. Whitney Wolfe’s name was slowly getting bigger. She also traveled to Southeast Asia volunteer with orphanages. Wolfe took her passion to change he world and dived into technology.

She soon moved to L.A. and joined Hatch Labs, where Whitney Wolfe became a name associated with the launch of Tinder. After a controversial fallout in which Wolfe was the victim of sexual harassment by another co-founder, Wolfe left and created Bumble. She wanted to create a female-centered app to counter the sexism women always experience using other dating apps like Tinder.

The demand for a feminist dating app was evident: after just two years, the app had millions of users and is now the fourth top dating app.

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