Whitney Wolfe co-founded Tinder, an online dating app where she served as the vice president of marketing. She later left the dating company to set up her dating app, Bumble. Bumble dating app put women in the forefront to get their life partners by being the first to initiate conduct. Whitney Wolfe designed Bumble app in a way that allows ladies to make a move first as they get matched with men who fits their profile specifications. Leading by example, CEO and founder of Bumble App Mrs. Whitney Wolfe early this month had an outstanding, romantic and fairy-tale-worthy wedding day.
Whitney Wolfe met her lifetime match, Mr. Michael Herd who happens to be the Texas, oil heir. The tech entrepreneur and the oil investor had a lavish wedding ceremony that was sited in a beautiful scenery of Villa Treville In Positano in Italy along the prominent Amalfi Coast. The view was one of a kind; guests, friends, and family members enjoyed the candlelit dinner complemented with hundreds of red roses and an attractive clear picture from the Italian coast.
The couple made sure that they didn’t leave anything behind for a custom wedding. They played off the groom`s last name. The awesome wedding was attractive to each eye; bride had an Oscar De La Renta gown. For an evening ceremony, the bride changed her outfit to a beautifully silky, cream, slip dress. When the duo tied a knot, it was clear that Whitney Wolfe no longer needs the Bumble dating app for herself but to help other women get their perfect match.
Whitney Wolfe has become the leading competitor of her former dating company Tinder. CEO of Bumble App, Whitney Wolfe received recognition after being named one of Business Insider`s in 2014 and in 2016 Whitney was in the list of Elle`s Women Tech. She was also listed in Forbes in 2017. Wolfe venture in tech has boosted her success, and she believes in the result. For more info about us: http://www.forbes.com/profile/whitney-wolfe/ click here.
Bumble app was launched in 2014, but currently, it has more than 11.5 million registered users. To diversify and expand her business, Whitney Wolfe has launched BumbleBIZZ and BumbleBFF apps for finding friends. The two apps are an improvement of the original Bumble app.
Whitney Wolfe was born and raised in Utah and studied at Southern Methodist University and received a bachelor degree international Studies. She had passion in business, and in her teenage level, she could sell bamboo tote bags. She once jointly started a non-profit organization, Help Us Project before traveling to Southeast Asia to work with orphanages.