The Whitney Wolfe App That Helps Singles Find Matches Sooner

Whitney Wolfe takes her role as the CEO of bumble very seriously. She is dedicated to her mission of getting people to look at the dating industry in a much different way. Everyone that has used a dating app before is well aware that the dating game can be quite tricky. Many people sign up to a large number of apps, and most people do not check there profiles on a regular basis. The reason that people do this is because they are trying to connect to as many people as possible in order to minimize the amount of time that they look for someone.

What Whitney Wolfe has managed to do is change the way that people think about the concept of dating. She has helped more people gain dating success because she has implemented a 24-hour time period with a 24-hour extension. This gives people a total 48 hours to decide if they are going to make a match or disregard the message. Specifically, this gives women the chance to make the first move.

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So many people have been able to benefit from this type of dating app because it gives people access to a much more responsive group. With a specific time to set in motion it makes people anticipate the response. They know if there is no response that they can move on to the next person. This is great because all of the waiting for someone to respond that may never respond is a thing of the past. That is what men love about Bumble that Whitney Wolfe created. She knew that she was doing something very special when she made her decision to bring this app to the the community of apps were in place. Whitney Wolfe knew that she was creating something different.

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Susan McGalla: Fine Example of Women Running the Corporate World and Doing it Better

For those understand fashion and retail, the combination is very appealing and considered one of the most competitive markets out there. Shopping habits are shifting with heavy emphasis on e-commerce, and it takes someone with vast experience and talent to ride with the ever-changing corporate wave.


Susan McGalla has been swimming in the deep end for quite some time now, adding her expertise and vision to major labels that depend on marketing, talent management, product merchandising and the all-important branding for clothing and retail.


Ms. McGalla is well-respected around the nation and more importantly in her hometown of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, where she began her steady corporate climb to the top. She held various merchandising management positions at Joseph Horne Company and then moved on American Eagle Outfitters, Inc, where she later served as President of the company. While at AEO, Ms. McGalla developed and launched two American Eagle Outfitters’s start-up brands, aerie and 77 kids. When it came to merchandising and management acuity, she was the right person at the right time.


Ms. McGalla branched out further to Wet Seal, the retail clothing stores which offer casual women’s sportswear and accessories at inexpensive prices and its sister brand Arden B., defining new strategies for both. She became Wet Seal’s CEO in January 2011 and later left to take on a new role as a consulting expert.


It takes more than intelligence and business savvy to excel in the corporate world, especially for women who have had to face the kinds of challenges men seem to be immune to.


Ms. McGalla understands the cut-throat competition and has been able to succeed at a high level, due to her instincts, background, networking capabilities and role model status to other women. She’s a hard worker, pioneer in business, decent person and one with both passion and compassion. When one has the confidence to realize their own potential, then the sky’s the limit, as the old saying goes.


At present, Ms. McGalla is the Director of Strategic Planning & Growth for the NFL’s The Pittsburgh Steelers, LLC. She is also the founder of P3 Executive Consulting, LLC, where she serves as a consultant to the ever-changing fashion industry and offering her knowledge to the financial and Wall Street communities.


Maybe Jack Welch said it best:


“Good business leaders create a vision, articulate the vision, passionately own the vision, and relentlessly drive it to completion.”

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