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Success Story of Tech Guru Whitney Wolf

Whitney Wolfe is the active CEO and the Founder of Bumble and has tremendously achieved in her business. She has been on the frontline working towards the achievement of her companies’ goals. Whitney Wolfe happens to have been a great achiever and has succeeded over the recent times. The dating app which she created in collaboration with the famous bad chairman has grown to greater heights and has been able to attract over 20 million users across the globe. The company after the partnership in the year 2016 has been able to develop a platform that can add new friends. It is called Bubble BFF and was launched in the year 2016. That was a great step towards the establishment of the company. Whitney is also the founder of a company called Tinder which is also the leading dating company in the world. The developer or rather the tech expert…

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Sweetgreen’s founders focus on healthy, affordable food options

Fast food chain Sweetgreen serves unique salads for a healthy alternative to burgers for lunch. Its founders, Nicholas Jammet, Jonathan Neman and Nathaniel Ru, lamented the lack of healthy options near their alma mater, Georgetown University, so they did something about it. Learn more: http://www.thehoya.com/nathaniel-ru-jonathan-neman-and-nicolas-jammet/   When their first location remained packed through winter break, they knew they had something special. The concept grew from that single restaurant in 2007 to 40 locations at present. Each Sweetgreen uses fresh, organic, local produce. Its founders meet with local farmers before deciding to site a location to ensure an adequate supply chain exists.   “We want to feed more people better food,” Ru told Fortune.   Some well known investors agree there’s a need for its niche. Daniel Boulud, Steve Case and Danny Meyer each invested in the chain.   Sweetgreen doesn’t just serve up different food. It conducts business differently, too. No…

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Whitney Wolfe Making Waves With New App

Whitney Wolfe, co-founder of the dating app Tinder, has just announced plans to expand upon her newest app Bumble. A unique dating app centered around giving women greater security and control over who they interact with in online spaces (in general, women must initiate a conversation with potential matches first), it will soon branch out into a physical location meant as a communal space for meetups. Known as the Hive as a reference to the beehive theme of the app and decor, Wolfe is currently working to open the space for a month in New York. During its month of operations, the Hive plans to host many different events and activities for those who visit. Whitney Wolfe herself is slated to appear on a panel with theSkimm founders Danielle Weisberg and Carly Zakin. Additionally, merchandise and refreshments will be available for sale, proceeds from the former going to charity. Bumble…