New era dating issue berks dating
In August of 2014, Andreev and Wolfe met in Greece to discuss partnering on a female-centric dating app.
Three years after that first conversation, Bumble has amassed more than 20 million users, and it continues to add more than 50,000 new ones per day.
“Feminism wasn’t really at the top of my vocabulary,” says Wolfe.
“Whitney’s vision extended well beyond dating from the beginning,” says Andreev, who owns a majority stake in Bumble.[Photo: @ninebagatelles] A post shared by Fast Company (@fastcompany) on After her painful split from Tinder, the last thing Wolfe wanted to do was start another tech company.She sunk into a deep depression and eventually fled Los Angeles for Austin, where she thought she might open a juice bar.With it, she’s expanding her ambitions—for Bumble and for women.Read about her plans to give women greater access to love and career opportunity in our digital cover story on Fast now.