Bumble Creates Range of Organisational Products

With the help of Vancouver-based supply company STIL, Bumble has released an organisational planner to help people keep on top of their busy work and social lives.

The book is wrapped in the app’s iconic bright yellow colouring and is undated so it can be used at any point throughout the year.

There are sections for owners to set out daily tasks, arrange weekly schedules and check their monthly progressions, such as their overall productivity, what they are grateful for and any new ideas they might have.

The planner is priced at $39.99 and additional products can be purchased to enhance the user experience. Also available is a grid of planning stickers representing each of Bumble’s three app modes, laying out events with friends, work presentations and date nights.

The description on the STIL website reads: “If you made a resolution to stay organized in 2019 but have already given up, we’re here to help get you back on track. Bumble has collaborated with STIL on an exclusive undated planner so you can stay organized at your own pace.

“Bumble hopes to inspire all women to take charge of their busy days and buzzing social lives to make room for little moments that are just for them – here to motivate you to be your best self”.

Users can also buy a Bumble Kit for $29.95 comprising of stickers, a notepad, a pen, a highlighter and tape. Furthermore, a Bumble Mystery Boxcosts $59 but it includes a planner and four other items which are promised to be cumulatively worth $125.

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View the Bumble products here.