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After graduation, she moved to Los Angeles and got a job at a start-up ‘incubator’, an organisation designed to help new businesses succeed.
Although she was working in marketing – a less male-dominated section of the tech industry than most – Whitney still felt at a disadvantage.
‘I could travel the world, I could start companies, but I was not allowed to strike up a conversation with the cute guy in my class at college? ‘If I make the first move, I’m perceived as a crazy girl, just for going after what I want.
That’s not fair.’It is an unusually wet morning in Austin, Texas, where Bumble is based, when I meet Whitney for breakfast at a boutique hotel.
Romance rarely blossoms between strangers in bars these days.
For anyone under 40 who is dating, single and in possession of a smartphone, potential partners are generally now located in the palm of one’s hand.
‘I can guarantee that back in the day, if a woman was left alone and she needed to eat, she would have to hunt,’ says Whitney.
‘I would have, though, if it had existed earlier,’ she says.Five years ago Tinder revolutionised dating; the location-based app delivered a deck of candidates based on proximity straight to a phone screen, with a small selection of snapshots and a brief bio.