Wolfe Herd went on to say that Bumble isn’t going into India specifically as a dating app, but rather as a developed social network.
The terrace restaurant was transformed into an Indian festival with yellow, orange and pink flowers decorating the room, traditional music playing and a rickshaw for guests to pose with.
Chopra gave a speech at the dinner and spoke very highly of Bumble. According to Forbes she said: “A lot of women around the world don’t have the ability to make their choices for themselves. Bumble sort of gives women that.
“Whether it’s for love; whether it’s for business; whether it’s for your career or just finding relationship with friends, it gives you an entire social network made by women for everyone. I loved the idea of helping spread that throughout the world.”
Dominic is a reporter for Global Dating Insights. Originally from Devon, England he achieved a BA in English Language & Linguistics from The University of Reading. He enjoys a variety of sports and has a further passion for film and music.