Whitney Wolfe, the founder of Bumble, has always been a leader. An entrepreneur since she was quite young. Before graduating from Southern Methodist University, she already had three companies. She was always “eager to start, to create, to do” and be her boss. Revolutionizing the dating lives of Millennials has been rewarding for Wolfe, but dominating the world has never been the goal. It’s about creating genuine relationships. Being an ambitious young lady, she would not wait for a man to approach her if she liked him.

Bumble’s new headquarters in Austin, Texas, are quite different from the typically sparse tech company offices found in Silicon Valley.The CEO and founder of Bumble are no longer swiping. Whitney Wolfe and Texas oil heir Michael Herd tied the knot at the Villa Tre Ville Positano along the renowned Amalfi Coast.

The couple has not yet publicly announced their nuptials. Guests took to Instagram throughout the occasion to capture the destination wedding. The glamorous wedding was in Italy, and the bridegroom wore an Oscar de la Renta gown that has celebrity wedding websites talking.

The custom hashtag, for the couple, was #homeiswheretheherdis. The herd is the grandson of Texas oil company Herd Producing Co. Their initial meeting was three years ago in Aspen a Valentine’s Day. The two reportedly got engaged last July. Whitney Wolfe is getting tons of buzz, for both the dating app start-up she founded and personal life.

Future ambitions

Bumble will launch Bumble Bizz, which will be within the app like Bumble BFF and allows people for networking with one another right from their phones. The feature will enable users to swipe and match with potential connections and mentors for on-demand networking.

The announcement was made shortly after the launch of BumbleBFF, its first vertical designed exclusively for finding friends. 90% of users have used BFF-mode notes the company, and the newest addition is as a result of the networking they already saw on the app. BumbleBFF, which enables you to find a friend, and not just a date, online.

Users can search their surrounding area for prospective business contacts, and update the newlywed hopes will offer more chances for women.Wolfe has big ambitions for the service. The app could change the way women and men treat each other while dating and make women feel about themselves. Still in her prime, and already a luminary in the tech world, people are watching to see what she does next.


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