Bumble Expands Into Other Areas As Whitney Wolfe Competes In Social Media Realm

Bumble is a company that is based in Texas, but there are 35 employees that work for this company on a global scale. This is a small company compared to other dating app companies, but it is definitely growing. Whitney Wolfe is the founder of Bumble and she has more than a few plans in mind when it comes to expanding awareness about this company.

When Whitney Wolfe started Bumble she was simply thinking in terms of creating a feminist dating app that put women in control. As time went on she decided to branch the Bumble brand out into other aspects of networking with another component call BumbleBizz. Whitney Wolfe would also create an extension of Bumble called Bumble BFF. This would be area where people that would use Bumble if they were simply looking for friendships without the hassle of getting into dating.

Whitney Wolfe may have started small, but she definitely showed signs of someone that wants to be a bigger company that can handle all aspects of social media. She is going further than simply competing with the other dating apps. By opening up Bumble to be an all-in-one social media company he is also competing with other social media apps like Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.

With Bumble Whitney Wolfe has shown singles that they don’t have to go anywhere else to look for dates. She has shown women that they have the ability to be control of their dating destiny by allowing women to make the first move. Whitney Wolfe has often considered her company the beginning of a feminist movement for dating apps. She has separated herself from the mainstream, and she has devised a unique way to put a spin on an old concept. Her dedication to innovation is greatly appreciated by singles.

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