Meet The Bumble Founder Whitney Wolfe And The Incredible Feature-Bumble Bizz

Bumble founder Whitney Wolfe who is now 28 years old, was born in Salt Lake City, Utah. She is married to the Texas Oil heir, Michael Herd. After her lower level of schooling, she joined the southern Methodist university where she majored her studies in international relations. She got involved in various businesses and projects before coming up with Bumble, the dating app.

The Bumble Bizz, a new feature in Bumble is a platform where different users come together for professional networking. The feature provides for casual interactions among the users and makes it easy for people to freely connect since it is less formal. As a social network aimed at promoting respect and kindness among all, it provides ways for users to make genuine connections all over the world. With users giving details about their experience, education, location, biography and the kind of opportunities they seek, it’s easy to find a the perfect connection.

The app provides a skills section where people are able to share their talents and awards. Bumble Bizz is aimed at facilitating quick recovery in the business sphere. Whitney Wolfe argues that the new feature users can make new profiles, tailored to highlight their interests so that they are not showing potential business contacts the same pictures they flaunt on a potential date. However, the mechanism in which the app operates is the same as in the dating app.

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Whitney Wolfe’s main idea about the app was giving women the power to make the first move in Bizz an approach that helps eliminate abuse and inappropriate behavior. Her plans were to give women a greater chance to access the connections they need. In the app, all users swipe depending on the profiles they see though women have to always make the first move.

Last year, the app also hatched Bumble BFF, an offshoot for making platonic friends. Whitney Wolfe wanted to make an ideal way to make new friends and even workout partners according to usatoday.com. The process to make new friends takes a few seconds. After downloading the Bumble app, you only need to sign in with Facebook (if you are not bumble user) and then choosing new friends from a list of who you want to find in your app.

Since everyone wishes to get connected to more people each day for professional or even personal purposes Bumble Bizz is a sure bet. People may always feel free to connect with others on all sorts of matters they would wish to.

Check more about Whitney Wolfe: https://www.nytimes.com/2017/03/18/fashion/bumble-feminist-dating-app-whitney-wolfe.html