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”That Bumble exists to empower women represents something of a transformation for Wolfe.Before she launched the company, she didn’t even identify as a feminist.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.Wolfe, who enlisted student ambassadors to make Tinder a hit on college campuses around the country, did the same with Bumble.And now she’s applying a similarly high-energy, wide-net approach to marketing Bumble Bizz.The original dating service will be rebranded as Bumble Honey.

“I felt like a washed-up rag, the dirtiest, grossest person in the world.” But shortly after her move, she got a call from Andrey Andreev, the founder and CEO of social networking site Badoo, who wanted to know her plans.[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.Texts in which Mateen repeatedly bashed Wolfe’s romantic life and threatened her future at the company citing their strained relationship were presented as evidence; the case was settled out of court.This fall, @bumble CEO @whitwolfe is launching a Linked In competitor alongside the feminist dating app: @bumblebizz.

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