Female empowerment is becoming the number one destination on the desire map and Bumble Bizz can take you there. Ready to go?
Ladies are taking the lead, from initiating first dates to innovating life saving technologies to mastering motherhood. They are levelling the male-dominant entrepreneurial playing field by joining forces and strengthening their odds. And now, all this new wave of badass babes needs is a platform to strategize its moves, collaborate its skills, plan its plays and build its winning teams.
Welcome, Bumble Bizz. You’ve heard of the dating app but Bumble now takes women beyond making the first move in the dating world to accessing empowerment and success at their fingertips. Bumble works to eliminate misogyny and expand its mission to go beyond creating female-led romantic relationships into businesses and friendships; women are in full control of their narratives, as they should be.
By empowering women to seek out opportunities for professional collaboration and entrepreneurial support, Bumble promotes the inclusion of women and a “women’s only” approach to a system that has long alienated and excluded them in the past. And, it’s about time.
To help break through this system, Alexandra Williamson, Bumble’s Chief Brand Officer, helps empower Bumble users and brings the impressive Bumble CEO and founder, Whitney Wolfe Herd’s (also co-founder of the left-right swipe pioneer, Tinder) innovative ideas to life. Alex was named to Brand Innovators’ “Women to Watch” list for 2018 and has been featured in national news outlets like the The New York Times, CNN and Bustle. She and Herd are definitely worth buzzing about.
Networking apps are the next best thing and Vancouver is an active beehive for female entrepreneurs. Whether you’re an upcoming innovator, an established business owner or a blogging mama on the verge of the next best baby bib, a Bumble tribe awaits you. Get ready to put in the work, connect, collaborate and create some amazing honey.