By  on November 16, 2017

A funny thing happened along the way as Whitney Wolfe Herd launched and then grew Bumble.

The dating app, which placed women in the power seat when it came to the courting game, jostled loose and found holes in the way of connecting — whether it be for love or careers. To that end Herd’s bash Wednesday evening — an intimate gathering with ocean waves crashing in the background at Nobu Malibu — was not held just to ring in the new Bumble Bizz professional networking feature for the Los Angeles market, but as a celebration of Bumble’s evolution since its 2014 launch.

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