Bumble’s professional networking tool BumbleBizz will launch in September, founder Whitney Wolfe revealed in a recent interview.
The feature was first spoken about by Wolfe last July, when it was expected to be launched that autumn.
The networking feature is designed to help Bumble make business contacts, letting users create profiles that detail their job history, skills and any opportunities they might be looking for.
And the delayed tool will now launch in September, Wolfe told the Guardian in a recent interview.
The Bumble CEO also spoke about Bumble’s female-focused philosophy, while also revealing her worries about some aspects of today’s feminism, saying: “We as women, [with] this modern feminism, I’m worried we’re alienating the good guys. It’s not really living up to true feminism, which is really equality for everyone, right?”
Read the full interview here.