In the dating world, it’s really hard for women to feel like they have a space and they’re comfortable. Whitney Wolfe knew this when she started branching out into the dating world. She also knew things were difficult for women like her who were strong and knew what they wanted from all the dates they went on. She had a lot of experience helping people see what they could get from different situations and she knew it was something she could feel good about if she started helping other women in the dating world. Whitney Wolfe had a lot of dedication to the industry and everything going on in the industry. She wanted to see major changes to it and wanted to make sure she was one of the people behind the changes. She saw the opportunity to make change as something she could benefit no matter what she had to do. Find out more on her articles at Forbes
While Whitney Wolfe continued helping people understand the dating world, she felt good about what she did and how she was helping people. Whitney also knew she had a chance to give others a positive experience. When she created Bumble, it was with the intention that she would give other women opportunities she never had. Without those opportunities, people couldn’t get the positive experiences they could from being in a space where they were comfortable. Until Whitney started Bumble, women didn’t really stand a chance in the dating world.
Bumble works by giving women all the power they want for the industry and for the options in the industry. Bumble is for people who want to get away from the regular dating world attitudes and that’s something Whitney Wolfe felt good about. She allows women to focus on who they want to date instead of having to dodge advances from strangers that make them feel uncomfortable. Whitney knows what it takes to make these opportunities better and give other people the experiences they need while dating. There are no other app dating sites like Bumble that give women all the chances they need to make sure they’re successful.
— Ingrid Vanderveldt (@ontheroadwithiv) August 11, 2018
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