the world of online dating can be intimidating especially to women who are far more likely to be inundated with unwelcome attention. This is why Whitney Wolfe worked with a group of close friends to create the female-centered dating app Bumble. In the last year or so, Bumble has been expanding dramatically by entering into more networks like friendship and business as opposed to exclusively dealing with the dating world.
While there are many dating apps out there, Whitney Wolfe designed Bumble to be unique from the rest. When it comes to initiating conversation in most dating apps, it’s generally the men doing it. This leaves the women users in a rather uncomfortable position many times. With Bumble, only women can make the first moves when it comes to trying to find romance online. For updates connect with Whitney Wolfe on Twitter.
Currently, Whitney Wolfe is proud to say that Bumble has more than 40 million users around the world and this number is expected to grow as plans are made to introduce the app to India. Online dating in India has been around for a long time, but never in the way that Bumble provides. Bumble is currently working with Priyanka Chopra, a popular Indian philanthropist and actress, to develop the app in a way that meets the needs of women in the target audience.
As an Indian woman, Chopra knows the issues that many women face in the dating world. The number of male users on dating apps tend to far outweigh women which causes women to be inundated with sometimes aggressive messages and requests. Chief executive officer Whitney Wolfe is looking forward to what Chopra will be able to bring to the company as an advisor and investor to the project that is expected to be released in the near future.
Bumble and Chopra have been working together on this project for the last 9 months or so. Along with their expansion into India, Bumble is also preparing to bring it’s initial public offering to the market and are hard at work making preparations. Whitney Wolfe and Bumble have had a tremendous 2018 and 2019 looks just as great.
Hyland’s, one of the nation’s leading homeopathic medicine firms, recently released a video that shows how much they value mothers the world over. With piano music playing in the background, the video depicts different mothers in situations all mothers face from the wonder of seeing your child do something new for the first time to the frustration of not being able to get your child to stop crying.
It moves on to show how mothers everywhere are able to feel a bond with one another through depicting a heartwarming scene of a mom walking with her baby seeing another mom with her grownup daughter in a wedding gown, and also points out that contemporary moms feel a kinship with mothers all through human history. Finally, the voice-over concludes that there is no power greater than the power of a mother.
The video is viewed in the context of Hyland’s own history of providing high-quality homeopathic products for infants and children. Founded in 1903 in Los Angeles, Hyland’s creates products that reflect the company philosophy that the best way to fight illness is to harness the body’s own natural defenses. One of their earliest products was a teething medication, which began the company tradition, continued to this day, of helping mothers care for their babies.
The company is so trusted that it was one of the first to have its products sold in major chain drugstores. Hyland’s pioneered the marketing techniques of selling medications online and through direct mail, and, today, they reach over 150,000 customers through these methods alone.
Although Hyland’s recently recalled their product: Hyland’s Teething Tablets, they are still dedicated to their customers and their families. They now create a product dedicated to helping moms and families with their children. Hyland’s Baby Oral Pain Relief Tablets are for babies who are coping with gum pain and teething.
Neurocore is a company specializing in neurofeedback, or training the brain as a means to improve thought processes, clarity, and focus. Located in Boca Raton, Florida, the brain performance center uses applied neuroscience to inspire customized solutions for children and adults. Neurocore uses neurofeedback, isolating and eliminating imbalances in the brain’s electrical activity.
Using reward-based training, Neurocore helps people use their brain to learn better habits and create stronger neural pathways. To discover how the brain can improve at any age, and how the brain functioning at the highest level can make a person feel better, Neurocore offers lunch and learn sessions. During these casual, educational meetings, the public can learn how Neurocore is leading the field of neurofeedback and finding alternative resolutions to people with ADHD, anxiety, depression, lack of sleep. Neurocore is there to assist people who are simply looking to think better and with more clarity.
Neurocore focuses on brain performance issues in ADHD, anxiety, ASD, depression, memory, as well as migraines, sleep deprivation, and stress management. Their innovative method utilizes brain assessment and personalized brain training to discover the electrical activity inside the brain. Centers such as the one located in Boca Raton; build the profile for the participant through the following methods: Electroencephalogram, heart rate variability, integrated visual and auditory continuous performance testing as well as a behavioral checklist that helps identify key indicators of opportunities for treatment.
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At the Brain Performance Center in Boca Raton, Neurocore makes the most out of neurofeedback and biofeedback sessions to see how the brain can change in its neuroplasticity. Using this session, the participant learns to breathe slower and deeper, improving the function of the brain and the heart. The tools used by Neurocore show success in treating a wide array of issues affecting participants in a noninvasive, drug-free method.