Whitney Wolfe is the CEO and founder of Bumble women’s empowerment dating App. It started in 2014 when she realized that there is a gender imbalance when people are dating. Whitney Wolfe wanted to solve the problem of having many women who used to wait for men to send them messages to ask them out for a coffee. Whitney came up with an App which helped to connect people for love, life and also the business. This App empowered women to make moves In all areas and this solved the inequity which was there and this is how Bumble women’s empowerment dating app started. Whitney started by hiring three young girls from the college who have not experienced enough apart from salary being enough. They started marketing the App by use of sidewalk chalk on campuses. Within 3 years the company started to grow and within a short time, the company was a multinational business with 80 employees. Read more about Whitney Wolfe at Wikipedia
The Bumble women’s empowerment dating App company continued to add the number of employees, who were experienced and also had skills which assisted in training the team. Whitney Wolfe had to struggle on the issue of payment of the salaries of the workers where she noticed that men advocated for more salary when starting compared to women. She encouraged women to always get the salaries they deserve. Whitney Wolfe started dating Justin Mateen who was a co-founder of Tinders and the couple was in love. In 2014 the couple separated and were not on good terms due to personal issues. Whitney pulled out from the company and she sued Tinder cofounder of Mateen over stripping her the title which devalued the company. Later on, the Tinder company wanted to buy Bumble dating site which Whitney turned down. Whitney married Michael Herd. In March 2018 Match sued Bumble over the misusing the property.