Bumble is a dating app that is quickly becoming one of the most used methods for making a romantic connection in the world today. The app was founded by Tinder co-founder Whitney Wolfe Herd who was looking to revolutionize the dating app industry with a platform that was truly revolutionary and had a female-centric appeal. The innovative approach that Bumble takes is that it does a reversal of the traditional male and female roles. Bumble makes the simple change in the dating app formula in which the women who use it are expected to make the first move.
It didn’t take long for Bumble to become one of the world’s top dating apps due to its forward-thinking approach where traditional gender roles are reversed. Whitney Wolfe had a desire to create a space that gave women a sense of empowerment that has often, historically speaking, been missing from the dating realm. Perhaps the true proof of Whitney Wolfe Herd’s entrepreneurial genius is the most recent step she is taking. Thinking in a very forward manner and looking to empower women in more than just the field of dating, she has added Bumble Bizz and Bumble BFF in order to facilitate the finding of business contacts as well as friends for women. The end goal of this is the evolve Bumble into more than just a simple dating app and to grow it into a fully developed social network for women. The success that Bumble has yielded so far is evident in the fact that it has already been valued at over one billion dollars in its short existence.
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Whitney Wolfe Herd, a Salt Lake City, Utah native who studied at Texas’s Southern Methodist University, began showing her high entrepreneurial IQ back during her days as a student. She made a splash in the business world while demonstrating her ingrained desire to help the world during her SMU tenure by selling tote bags to help in the recovery of the infamous BP oil spill that occurred in the Gulf Coast. By 2012, Whitney Wolfe Herd played a major role in the launching of Tinder as co-founder, helping it become the top dating app in the industry.
Whitney’s departure from Tinder left a bad taste in her mouth and had her thinking she was done with the business of helping to facilitate romantic connections. This aversion to working in the world of dating app’s changed as the idea for Bumble came together and Whitney recognized the opportunity to truly do something good for women. The app is clearly catching on, largely due to the fact that it offers women a space that makes them feel more comfortable than a lot of the other options out here. As founder of Bumble, Whitney has always been a proud feminist and is proud to be associated with something like Bumble that has great potential to champion the cause of women.
When I founded @Bumble, I didn't know what I was supposed to do. Just what I wanted to fix: the antiquated rules of dating. Thanks, @FitzTepper, for the story. > Whitney Wolfe Herd doesn’t care what she’s supposed to do https://t.co/hXeLSv0LdZ via @techcrunch
— Whitney Wolfe Herd (@WhitWolfeHerd) May 14, 2018
Real estate is one of the most competitive fields to work in across the entirety of the United States of America. With 300-plus. million people living across the nation, it’s entirely possible to find loads of jobs that aren’t nearly as demanding as the world of real estate, although they don’t provide enough satisfaction to the type of people who want to succeed in a trade that is difficult to succeed in, which is exactly what Nick Vertucci wanted to do
What Does Nick Vertucci Do Today?
Nick Vertucci is the founder and operator of the Nick Vertucci Real Estate Academy. Although the organization is named after Mr. Vertucci himself, and him only, there are several other people that work there to help people around the nation get lectured on how to succeed in the highly competitive realm of realty.
He also trades real estate and brokers deals between various parties, although most of his working horse are spent lecturing others at popular seminars in large auditoriums with tons of people that attend them. Funny enough, that’s how Nick Vertucci learned how to get into the world of real estate – by attending a seminar on real estate, paying attention, and putting the skills he learned throughout the experience to work everyday of his working life.
The Background Of Mr. Vertucci
The background of the early life of Mr. Vertucci was far from ideal. Just a few days after he turned ten years of age, his father collapsed out of nowhere and died instantly, which Nick was forced to experience up close, front, and personal.
To compensate for his father not being around, Mrs. Vertucci, Nick’s mom, had to work tons of late shifts and long hours at three different jobs across the region that they lived in. Although this was not ideal, she still tried to do all she could to pay the bills for Vertucci and his brothers and sisters.
He also used to live out of his van – he was quite literally homeless at the age of 18, up until 21.
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Susan McGalla is an expert consultant on branding, talent management, marketing, and operational efficiencies to various corporations. She is the Founder of P3 Executive Consulting who offers her expert insight in the corporate fashion industry. Apart from the retail sector, Susan also offers her consulting expertise in the financial community. Susan hails from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
About Susan McGalla
Susan McGalla kick started her career at the Joseph Horne Company. Afterwards, she moved to American Eagle Outfitters, and from 1994 to 2009 she held various management positions at the company like Chief Merchandising Officer. American Eagle was a predominantly male company, and she became the first woman to get an executive position and earn the company a revenue of 3 billion dollars, an e-commerce site, and four brands. Susan also wore jeans to assist in the leadership of a celebration on the South Side to announce the plan of the company moving its headquarters. Her ascension was through hard work and became an aspirational leader among women.
In 2009, she left Wet Seal, and in 2011, Ms. McGalla earned herself the CEO title at the company. In July 2012, she left Wet Seal to establish her company, P3 Executive Consulting. She is also the VP of Creative Development and Business Strategy for the Pittsburgh Steelers. Currently, she is a member of the Board of Trustees for the University of Pittsburgh as well as the council for the University’s Cancer Institute.
Ms. McGalla is very vocal about her views on women in business should prosper in the business industry. Susan has shared her views at the Carnegie Mellon University Speaker Series and the Women and Girl’s Foundation of Pittsburgh. Growing up, Susan McGalla was in a household with her father who was a football coach and her two older. This upbringing encouraged Susan to work hard and be confident in presenting her ideas regardless of the audience.
McGalla holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Mount Union College. Susan’s angle towards her career development is not to break the glass ceiling but to make a point in the business industry. McGalla hopes that women can use this approach towards their development of their career.
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Susan McGalla has been paving the way for women in leadership roles for several years. She learned early in life that she had to work for what she wanted and being of a certain gender did not entitle her to any breaks along the way. This lesson has proven to be successful as Ms. McGalla has learned to work with both men and women. McGalla has always worked in industries that are dominated by men, but that has not scared her off. She was very confident in her ability perform her job well and has excelled in just about everything she has undertaken.
McGalla worked her way up through the ranks, starting at entry level positions and soon found herself at the top due to her hard work and discipline. After a stint at American Eagle Outfitters, McGalla founded P3 Executive Consulting and is currently the Vice President of Business Strategy and Creative Development for the Pittsburg Steelers.
Women Network initiatives have worked to benefit women as they have provided a platform for women to prove they are equally as capable of leadership roles as men. The drawback to such groups is that are not able to change with the times. Even though women have made great strides in taking on leadership roles, the number of women in such positions is still considerably less than men on a worldwide basis. The real solution is still escaping the business world.
A possible solution is to find decision making sponsors for women. Such sponsors would work with women and help create opportunities for them by recommending them to take the lead on a project and other assignments of importance. The sponsors would be advocate, as well as mentors of sorts and help make businesses to be more gender diverse.
Susan McGalla was born and raised in East Liverpool, Ohio. She earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Business and Marketing from Mount Union College. She has found employment opportunities with several companies in the marketing and management sector. She has also been a merchandise buyer and chief merchandising officer, as well as being the overseer of a company expansion as they launched additional brands.
McGalla has succeeded with just about everything she has undertaken. She credits much of her success to her upbringing where she was not given special consideration because she was female. She has done a lot for women in the workplace and has proven beyond a shadow of a doubt that women can do whatever they want, as long as they work hard.