Love and relationship issues are the most complicated life that no one can explain. Books have been written about love, relationship counselors have tried to explain about it but no one can give a clear explanation of love apart from the one feeling it and the one affected by it either positively or negatively. For the longest period of time people have been meeting physically to express their feelings to each other to build a relationship, but with the advancement of technology one does not have to move from one place to another to do so, instead just a one click on their smart phones, tablets, and even desktop can lead to a relationship.
Whitney Wolfe is an American entrepreneur who has changed the dating world with her dating app; Bumble. Whitney Wolfe was born and raised in Salt Lake City, Utah to her parents. Ms. Whitney’s father was a property developer while her mother was a house wife. Growing up; Whitney knew she was to engage in business and she began her first business while still in college. She made bamboo tote bags which were of a great benefit to areas that were greatly affected by BP oil spill. After her graduation from Southern Methodist University, Wolfe got a unique opportunity to travel to Southeast Asia where she worked with an orphanage.
Whitney Wolfe developed her first dating app; Tinder. She was a co-founder and the Chief Executive Officer of the organization before quitting and establishing Bumble. Whitney partnered with Andrey Andreev to found Bumble which is considered to be among the top dating apps in the United States of America. Bumble can well be described as a feminine dating app which is very unique from other dating apps. Bumble gives the women the first priority in dating and they go beyond the dating tradition by making the first move. Ms. Whitney Wolfe has even gone beyond the dating and establishes Bumble BFF. Bumble BFF gives women and other users of the app an opportunity to only meet their best friends but to also connect with others in their career line. Bumble has its Headquarters in Austin, Texas. Whitney Wolfe was named as 30 most important women under 30 in Tech back in 2014 by the Business Insider.
Everyone is raving about Sweetgreen, a healthy alternative to the typical fast food joint. The farm-to-table establishment opened its first location in Washington, D.C in 2007, and now has 64 stores up and running across the United States. The restaurant chain has garnered its popularity by providing healthy, filling eats at prices the average joe can easily afford. It is not uncommon to see a line outside the door for these amazing salads, and there’s a reason why. Learn more: http://www.businessinsider.com/sweetgreen-founder-interview-nathaniel-ru-2016-3
Sweetgreen is much more than your dime a dozen fast-food chains, due to its different way of doing things. Nathaniel Ru, co-founder of Sweetgreen, states that one of his strategies for running a successful restaurant chain centers around location. You won’t find this salad spot sandwiched between a McDonalds and a Taco Bell, but rather in hip and urban neighborhoods. Sweetgreen is aiming for a whole different feeling than other fast food chains; it wants to create an environment that feels personal, honest, and real. Sweetgreen’s app also hopes to mimic this atmosphere by accompanying all their food options with high definition pictures of the real product. Learn more: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sweetgreen
Another key point in the business plan of Sweetgreen that Ru address is the importance of a good source. When it comes to opening a new store, finding farmers is always Sweetgreen’s first step. Sweetgreen will work with the farmers in the area surrounding their new location to create a menu based on what the farmer is already growing, instead of asking the farmer to work around them. The result is a wider variety of foods and tastes. Learn more: http://www.forbes.com/pictures/ekeg45fe/nicolas-jammet-nathaniel-ru-jonathan-neman-co-founders-sweetgreen-262627/
Another element factoring into Sweetgreen’s success is its co-founder, Nathaniel Ru. Ru began forming the foundation of Sweetgreen shortly after graduating from Georgetown University’s business school with his two friends and co-founders, Nicolas Jammet and Jonathan Neman. Ru wanted to start up a restaurant that was not only healthy, but also easy and convenient, something he saw a need for in the industry. Ru and his partners worked hard to make this idea a reality, and have never wavered in their ideals. Ru has always put serving the community first when it comes to leading Sweetgreen, and this ambition is clear in the way the restaurant operates. Ru treats the people he works with as a network of friends and family, and this energy is embraced by its patrons.
Sweetgreen has big things in its future.