Bumble Introducing A Physical Meetup Spot

Bumble is creating new ways to provide their fans with ways to interact and improve their connections. Whitney Wolfe made Bumble to provide women the safe haven they deserved when it came down to dating and what not.

Whitney Wolfe now wants to provide women and even men that new opportunity to meet without it being scary or awkward. In a world where meeting up from a dating app is taboo, Bumble wants to make it part of the norm. They are going to do so through the help and power of a brand new physical space that they built in New York.

This real life actual physical place is great for bringing people in. It is the best way to meet your date in a safe place without the struggle of not knowing where to meet your date. It’s such a great way to connect with people in the unique way that you do. The real life physical place is the step forward toward meeting people and getting that chance to enjoy the great offerings from Bumble. The company loves what they have to offer and bringing everything to you in one very easy place.

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Bumble is trying to reach out to the people who aren’t looking for dates or people to meet find love. This is why they made the Bumble BFF app because now people can swipe left and right on potential friends. Those who want to hit the theme parks, watch a movie, or just chill with another friend can do exactly that through the help of this new app. It’s going to change the way we all work and handle how we all meet new people. If you want to make new friends, this is definitely the way to go about doing that.

Bumble is such an updated app that wants to make things so different. They want to change the industry and provide people with solutions that work. Bumble is the app to use because of the results that could take place whether for friendships or dates. This new physical space is the best way to meet people.

Learn more about Whitney Wolfe: http://www.austinwomanmagazine.com/articles/day-and-night

Sheldon Lavin: 40 Years Of Meat Industry Excellence

Sometimes when you join a company, you have to change its image and set it on the road to bigger things. Surely, when Sheldon Lavin first signed on with OSI Group, it already had an auspicious relationship with McDonald’s, but specialization is for insects and he knew that diversity was vital to the company’s continued success.

Since becoming CEO and Chairman of the organization, he has expanded its holdings to include multiple food service and retail brands.

Sheldon Lavin first foray into the meat industry began in 1970 when he first found capital for the creation of Otto & Sons, which would eventually become OSI Industries. When you have an offer to become one of the suppliers for the Midwest portion of one of the most well-known names in fast food, you don’t waste time, nor argue the details. You see, the bank had wanted him to hold an ownership position in the newly formed company to secure the loan, something typically outside his role as a consultant. However, after securing an agreement with the Otto family ensuring that his financial investment would come with the same degree of leverage as their own, he conceded to the bank’s demands.

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His role with Otto & Sons seemed ordained by providence, or at least demanded by the forces existent in the industry. You see, as time went on McDonald’s wanted to expand their relationship with the business now known as OSI, but insisted that in order to do so Lavin had to come into the business full time. He scarcely could have said no. From there he went on to lead OSI into South America and Taiwan.

Now 81, Sheldon Lavin is still working to expand the holdings of the OSI Group, paying special attention to Asia and Europe. He has been a long time contributor to the Ronald McDonald House Charities, the Jewish United Fund, Evans Scholarship Fund, The National Multiple Sclerosis Society, and many more. All of this while being the Chairman of the largest protein supplier of McDonald’s in the world, with more than 55 facilities in 16 countries serving to support the company that started it all.

For more information about Sheldon Lavin, visit forbes.com