They have the innate ability to build and make plenty of whatever's given.
I like to call women "harvesters" and "nurturers" because they can bring anything to life or into fruition.
We saw that users would edit their profile based on their mood that week.
If they didn’t want to date for a few weeks, they would go and edit their profile to say, “I’m just looking to network,” or “I just left my job and I want to move from fashion to tech.” We reacted. It’s very early—it has only been a couple of weeks.
This is not just a girl power club; this is about changing the dynamics and changing the conversation.
We want to celebrate the men that appreciate a strong confident woman, and encourage more of that.
But the early results are showing that people—predominantly women are using Bizz in an even more engaging way.
I think what is so wild is that women have been craving something like this because we all have had access to dating apps for five years now.
That is what this is all about—balancing the gender imbalance in so many areas of society.
We’ve been so fortunate in having so many amazing women support, and I think a big reason for this is it is a problem that we are trying to solve that so many women can get on board with.
This was a ripe and opportune moment to take the user base that we already have and introduce another vertical into the equation.
You already have some amazing women on the app, like Karlie Kloss and Priyanka Chopra. We have such incredible people on our team and we are a team of over 85 percent women.