Whitney Wolfe Gives The Woman Power In The Dating Game

Whitney Wolfe, who is only 27 years old, is a world changer, whose main interest is empowering the woman in her relationships. She is the founder and Chief Executive Officer of Bumble and Bumble BFF Apps. At the Bumble App start-up held at the company headquarters, there was no man present, and this was good because the app is mainly for the women.

In the meeting, one of the agenda was eradicating ghosting, which refers to the act of terminating an affair with a partner without explaining. The other agenda was to end men’s shirtless selfies, which were uncomfortable women. The third and final affair was to eradicate unsolicited photos of male genitals on the internet. As she addressed the audience at the Bumble’s headquarters, Whitney Wolfe used a book called Date-Onomics to inform people how they can reward men who do not ghost.

Bumble App has two principles: nudity is verboten and you have to be kind while on the app. Since the woman makes the first move on the app, only the sensitive new age guys subscribe. The women on the app must also be bold enough and not held by old cultural values that prohibit women from making the first move.

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Whitney Wolfe birthed the idea of Bumble after having an ugly breakup with her ex-boyfriend Justin Mateen with whom they co-founded a competitor app called Tinder. Whitney was ousted out of the company after the relationship went sour and abused publicly. She sued and was awarded by the court the justice she deserved. As a result, Whitney started Bumble, which would help the women gain back their power from abusive men. Whitney also says that women are mistreated in other sites as men are taken as the target group, who woo the women into relationships. Whitney brought that to an end by introducing the Bumble App.

Bumble BFF allows women to form friends with other women. Whitney realized that the woman in the 21st century marries at a later age unlike in earlier times when they married by age 25. To make up for the time and reduce loneliness, Whitney introduced the Bumble BFF App that helps women socialize.

Learn more about Whitney Wolfe: http://www.cc.com/video-clips/6qmjwn/the-daily-show-with-trevor-noah-whitney-wolfe—creating-social-change-on-bumble

Mark Sparks and his Passionate Journey through Entrepreneurship

Mark Sparks, a well-known serial entrepreneur, investor, writer, and philanthropist, is very passionate about his experiments in entrepreneurship. He is also a mentor to many aspiring entrepreneurs, and he loves to share his business venture experiences to motivate them. The Dallas-based venture capitalist invests in startups, help them with resources and support, mentors them, and make as established business groups. His firm Timber Creek Capital, LP is working as an incubation center for startups and encourage everyone who has innovative ideas. Sparks is very focused on the every aspect of the firms he mentors and created a brand new office for Timber Creek recently to provide an excellent environment for tech innovation and information for the startups.Learn more : http://thebrotalk.com/bro-recommendations/dallas-entrepreneur-marc-sparks-spills-must-visit-list-wineries-dfw/

 

 

Considering his more than 35 years of experience in various industries, Sparks mentors across the sectors and offers them office space, capital, banking, and marketing. Sparks keep a check on various aspects of startup firm including the supply of funds, revenue generating, establishing brands, finding new markets and marketing strategies, etc. He is also considered as a management guru and knows how managing people efficiently can generate greater results for the firms. Spark’s strategies have helped many startups such as Global Tec Solutions, Reliant Healthcare Partners, Splash Media, Agency Matrix LLC, Cobalt Real Estate Services, Splash Media Productions, etc., to become established businesses within a short span of time.

 

 

Marc is very specific about the lessons he learns from each venture and says that he learns more from failures than successes. He believes that success does not teach anything, but the failures are the actual resources for entrepreneurship and experience. Sparks is even ready to share his experiences and failures with the young generation, and he wrote a book, They Can’t Eat You, with his experiences with ventures – which focuses much on his failures. He is confident that people would learn more from his unsuccessful ventures which include founding a startup insurance holding firm at his bedroom, making it nearly $1 billion market cap, and losing everything within 90 days. Sparks always ask two questions himself: “How do you do it?” and “Aren’t you afraid of losing?” His success is clubbed with his qualities including Focus, Faith, Passion, Savvy of Monetization, Tenacity, and an outrageous sense of urgency, which is referred by his colleagues as “Sparks Speed.”Learn more : https://www.amazon.com/They-Cant-Eat-Marc-Sparks/dp/0990495000

 

 

Sparks is also very particular about his philanthropic contributions and helps homeless people in Texas through a shelter called The Samaritan Inn. He is part of the mission of the shelter from the 80s, and currently, it houses 160 residents and providing them an average stay of five months. During the stay, each resident receives counseling, health programs, financial education, job placement, and family services to make them employed. Marc also founded “Sparky Kids” which assists street kids with training programs and supplies laptops to break their poverty.