Whitney Wolfe is going above and beyond when it comes to dating apps. She wanted to expand her company, and Bumble has become the type of company that people recognize on many different levels. It is just not known for dating alone anymore. There is Bumble BFF for those people that are in search of friends. There is Bumble Bizz for those people that are not looking for any type of friendship or soulmate. These are the people that are looking for networking possibilities when it comes to rising in their career field. Wolfe seems to be the young entrepreneur that has thought of everything. She has done this successfully with Bumble all before the age of 30, and it appears that she is on to even greater things.
As she makes the transition to expand Bumble Whitney Wolfe added one more prestigious thing to her profile: she became a wife for someone so talented and so young it may have seemed a bit unlikely, but Whitney Wolfe found the love of her life early and she decided to get married. She connected with oil tycoon Michael Herd, and this was a celebration that became a trending topic on Twitter and Facebook. People were excited to learn that Whitney Wolfe was doing more than talking a good game when it came to helping singles find matches.
She was also developing a relationship of her own that would turn into an engagement. The engagement would turn into a marriage. This is something that few people may have guessed because Whitney Wolfe appears to be so busy that she doesn’t even sleep. Apparently she has time to do more than sleep and conduct business. Whitney Wolfe took the time to find love. Now she is trying to get more people to find their perfect match as well.
Whitney Wolfe has been able to do it with a great amount of flare because she is always taking another step to reinvent the app. She has borrowed things from Snapchat. Some elements of the Bumble app are similar to Tinder. There are all type of elements that she has combined to her app to make people take notice of what she is doing. She definitely wanted to do something different, but Wolfe essentially wanted to give her users for Bumble a sense of familiarity. That is what her bevy of features manages to do.