Whitney Wolfe isn’t afraid of a little competition, and this is all because Wolfe is not afraid to take on new things with Bumble. She has been quick to speak about her networking apps, and she is someone that is standing behind the the “Believe Women” ad that is at the center of a second revitalized #Me-too movement type of campaign energy.
Some may even say that Whitney Wolfe was an early catalyst for the voice of women inside of the workplace that were being harassed. She has found her wings as the business woman from Southern Methodist University that has gained a huge platform in technology. She is still under the age of 30 and making headlines every day with new things that she is bringing into the Bumble empire.
Whitney Wolfe has found herself in places where she has made decisions to support a number of sexual assault survivors and she has also started funding businesses that have been created by women. She has been incredibly busy, but she keeps herself grounded towards expanding Bumble. This is where she has managed to work on her role in expanding to an international database of singles, business leaders and people that are looking for friends. Read this article about Whitney Wolfe at The New York Times.
Right now there is talk of expanding to India. She already has an advisor and investor lined up for this. This is a effort to continue working outside of the United States to give Bumble more of a global appeal. She has been adamant in getting people to mingle in any way possible through her social media. She did not want to limit it to dating or networking. Now it appears that she is going to be even more vocal in the business world by creating an environment where skin care may be the next big thing for Bumble.
Very few people know the next step that Whitney Wolfe is going to take. They are just going along for the ride like many other spectators that are seeing the way that Bumble is transitioning. They see this company as a leader that is pushing the envelope even further for women in the business world.