Priyanka Chopra will invest in the dating app Bumble, to extend its services in India later this year.
Bumble is a dating and social media app founded by Whitney Wolfe Herd, one of the most prominent start-up founders in tech.
A new chapter for me! I am so excited to partner with @bumble and @holbertonschool as an investor. I’m honored to join two companies that strive to expand gender diversity in the tech space, and make a social impact for the greater good… let’s do this!! pic.twitter.com/xBdC13XE0n
— PRIYANKA (@priyankachopra) October 4, 2018
Breaking gender stereotypes, Priyanka has joined the likes of Beyonce and Tyra Banks who have invested in start-up deals.
Before that, Priyanka Chopra has invested in a coding education company called Holberton School.
Bumble is an one of a kind dating app which allows only women to text first in heterosexual matches.
Bumble’s entry in the Indian milieu comes at a time where companies are working to make women feel safe about using dating apps in India.
— Bumble (@bumble) October 4, 2018
“I’ve always believed that investing in women is key to social transformation and economic growth,” Chopra said in a statement from Bumble.
Bumble in its recent statement has said Priyanka Chopra will become a partner, advisor, and investor to the tech company.