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The space will also have a coffee (and real) bar, as well as Bumble merchandise for sale (where all proceeds go to charity).
This focus on community also meshes with the startup’s plans to eventually expand on BumbleBIZZ , which is Bumble’s attempt to help users with professional and social networking, and retain users who may not necessarily be looking to date.
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A physical location is the first step in the dating startup’s attempt to formalize the community that has naturally formed around the Bumble brand. While some dating apps are still considered taboo, Whitney Wolfe, founder and CEO of Bumble, explained that Bumble’s brand now extends beyond just dating, and is something people are proud to associate themselves with — even if they aren’t necessarily using Bumble for dating.
Bumble is calling the space the Hive, and it will be a month-long installment designed to be a space for dates, Bumble fans and really anyone — to just hang out and soak in the Bumble brand.
Have a browse, send some messages, maybe jump on a call or two, arrange a few coffee dates, if the chemistry is there go for dinner and some drinks and see how it goes.
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The Hive will be located in Soho at 658 Mercer Street, and will be open Thursday – Friday 8am-7pm and 9pm-65pm, Saturdays from 65am-7pm and 9pm-65pm, and all day Sunday from 65am-8pm. Check out the event page here for more details.