Whitney Wolfe Herd has had a hand in big name company for several years now. As a Cofounder of Tinder, she is accustomed to the spotlight that comes with major success. Though no longer involved with the company itself, (and after going through legal proceedings with them after she was fired in 2014, Wolfe Herd moved on to better things. As the CEO of the public Platform, Bumble, Whitney Wolfe Herd has become a well-known name for those who use the platform. With a group of about 60 others, headquartered in Austin, Texas, Wolfe Herd and her group of mostly-women employees have made huge leaps towards becoming one of the most highly used networking and social platforms around. Bumble has now branched out to form “Bumble Bizz,” and Bumble BFF,” which match clients with business partners or employees, and friends across the world respectively. Though Bumble began as primary a women-centric relationship app, it has stretched far beyond those limits since it’s introduction, and the company has plans to expand even more in the coming year. With Bumbles user-base having already crossed the 35 million member mark across all of its platforms, one can only imagine what expansion will mean for the company. For latest update connect with Whitney Wolfe on Twitter.
Whitney Wolfe Herd has experienced much success in her line of work and empowers other women to do the same. As her team is made up of a mostly female staff, she is accustomed to speaking out for female rights (and against female wrongs!) Whitney Wolfe Herd claims in her session with Marie Claire that most success comes from heartbreak, having experienced her own fair share of that. In 2019 she plans to extend Bumbles influence into the beauty market, introducing a line of skin care products that are tailored to the health of skin, but also help with emotional issues. This line of serums has been developed by psychotherapist and dermatologist working together on a line that will boast quirky names such as “Break Up with Bad.” Along with the female-focused skincare line, Whitney Wolfe Herd also plans to continue her crusade on women’s rights, hoping to eventually make misogyny illegal.
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