Bumble CEO, Whitney Wolfe

Whitney Wolfe is a very amazing woman who has a lot of skills and experience in the tech industry. She is a recognized figure in sector and has been respected because of her great influence she has. Whitney Wolfe is a very big name in the dating industry and anybody who has ever used these apps have heard about her. She happens to be a co-founder of the most popular dating app in the world known as Tinder. She was involved in the designing of the app and was given the chance to suggest the best name that suits the company. The name Tinder was her suggestion and was able to sell a lot. She was also the company’s sales manager and was able to gather all the University students in the world to sign up. The company was able to attract a lot of influence but left after she got her share of the company back.

Whitney after leaving Tinder and getting $1 million compensation as a share capital. She was approached by the famous Badoo founder Andrey and they formed a great partnership in the industry. They developed another great dating app known as the Bumble. That became the beginning of another journey in the industry whereby she worked with lots of commitment and hard work just to ensure that they make the company a success. She has been able to develop a very important vertical known as BumbleBFF that helps people get new friends. She has been able to prove to the world that despite the challenges that one have faced before doesn’t mean that she cannot achieve.

Whitney Wolfe Early Life

The great tech expert was born in the famous Salt Lake City which is located in Utah and she also grew up there. She was born and raised up by a famous father who happened to be a great developer. Her mother was a housewife who has dedicated her time to her children and she was always there for Whitney Wolfe. That means that she had a very happy childhood because of the fact that her mother used to stay with her at home. After completing her high school, she decided to further her studies at the famous Southern Methodist University and she majored in international studies. She started her first business while she was still at schools. She used to sell Bamboo tote bags to people who had been affected by BP oil spill.

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