The world of dating has long been too monotonous and predictable, and there were hardly any changes that focused on women and their specific requirements. From the outlook, most of the dating apps come across as too male-oriented or at least it seemed to give men considerable leverage over women. However, when Bumble was introduced in 2014, it all changed. It was founded by Whitney Wolfe Herd, one of the most prolific female tech entrepreneurs, who is also known for co-founding Tinder, one of the most popular dating apps on the planet today.As a co-founder at Tinder, Whitney Wolfe Herd has seen how the dating world works and what the loopholes that need to be fixed are. As a woman, she has designed and developed Bumble from the women’s perspective, which is why women are found to be very fond of Bumble.
Men who do not like stronger women are already filtered out from Bumble as only women can send the message to men first in Bumble. The features at Bumble are more women oriented, which is why it helps the women find a date for them through this app much more comfortable. Whitney Wolfe Herd has marketed the app in a very subtle yet efficient way, which has helped the app get close to 27 million members already and counting. As per Forbes, Bumble is already worth more than a billion dollar, and its value continues to increase with time.Whitney Wolfe Herd is one of the most successful tech entrepreneurs in the United States today. She has even featured on Forbes list of 30 under 30 and the Elle’s Magazine for 30 top Female Entrepreneurs.
Whitney Wolfe Herd believes that dating doesn’t have to be a task, and it shouldn’t come with baggage, which is what Bumble offers through its seamless and effortless interface. Constant updates are being made at Bumble, which continues to enhance the users’ experience even further. In the last year, Bumble had the annual turnover of $100 million, which is expected to double this year.As more and more people realize that Bumble is where the real dates are possible and that it provides women with one of its kind dating experience, its popularity is certain to grow. Whitney Wolfe Herd is not like any other CEOs one would find in the Silicon Valley but is just like a girl next door, which is what has helped her design Bumble in a way that has a mass appeal.
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