Whitney Wolfe’s app, Bumble has received an offer for a buyout. However, Whitney Wolfe has turned down the offer. Whitney Wolfe has a reason for creating the app. Her purpose in creating the app is in empowering women to pursue the type of relationships they want. As of right now, there are only rumors as to why the deal was turned down. However, there are a lot of possibilities that Bumble has to face with a buyout. Fortunately, for Bumble, Whitney Wolfe decided that she is not going to sell the app as of right now. She wants to continue running the app and the company.
Among the possibilities that Bumble would face is the change in format. Where Bumble was created as a “women first” app, the buyout could result in some changes that make Bumble app just like every other dating app.. With Bumble, women are encouraged to make the first move on their matched man. The man is not able to message the women first. For homosexual matches, anything goes. However, Whitney Wolfe wants to challenge an unspoken rule in dating where women are supposed to just sit around and wait for a man to approach them.
Fortunately, Whitney Wolfe has shown that she is loyal to her cause and is not going to be bought. Whitney Wolfe has recently developed released an addition to the Bumble app called Bumble BFF. This enables women to meet friends and connect with others that are well matched to them. Whitney Wolfe understands the importance of friendships, especially when it comes to dealing with relationship problems and even break ups. Friends can keep each other from making harmful decisions with their romance. Friends can also keep each other from getting used in romantic relationships. These are among the reasons that Bumble BFF has been developed.
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