As Kate Hudson graces the upcoming cover of Cosmopolitan magazine it is certain that she is having a great time. She gets a chance to talk about her upcoming movie role, and she also gets a chance to give people some tips on how to stay in shape and eat healthy. This is great publicity for the Fabletics site that the “Almost Famous” movie actress started 10 years ago. She has become an intricate part of the world of fitness, and this 38 year old is taking the world by storm as she continues to build up her brand.


No one is a stranger to Kate Hudson and the time that she has spent on the silver screen, but it appears that she is now getting even more exposure as she builds her brand with a level of maturity that comes with experience. Kate Hudson has been set to be a fitness inspiration at times, and people are getting hyped up about her workout regiment and the way that she has been able to stay connected to fans with her line of athletic clothing.


Kate Hudson has definitely been able to create a whole new way of thinking about the workout process. She has been able to bring athleisurewear into the marketplace and revamp her role as a business leader again and again as her company has managed to grow. Kate Hudson is responsible for working as the face of the Fabletics brand, and she has not let down her partners and co-founders Don Ressler and Adam Goldenberg.


Her business partners have not been the only ones that have been depending on Kate Hudson to bring something interesting to the table. Hudson is also providing a way for her fans to become athletic clothing fashionistas with the wide variety of clothing that she has made available through the Fabletics website.


What Kate Hudson has managed to do over time is keep people interested in her brand of athletic clothing. This is what people are taking a look at. They are thrilled about the fact that she is trying to keep the brand hot and innovative. She has created a partnership with singer and actress Demi Lovato for a special limited edition line of athletic clothing that is inspired by Demi Lovato.


These are the type of things that people look for when they look at the Fabletics brand. They like to know that they are getting quality clothing, but they also like the innovation that is connected to what Kate Hudson is trying to do. She wants this brand to stand out as one that people can appreciate because it speaks to this new generation. She wants the social media crowd to embrace it. She also wants to be in a place where she can reach a wide spectrum of older customers as well. That is why she plans to open more stores in the future. This way Kate has the ability to attract both the young and old crowds.

Whitney Wolfe, now 28 years old, is a member of the “Forbes’ 2017 30 Under 30 Consumer Technology List.”

Whitney Wolfe was just 22 years old in 2012 when she co-founded the dating app “Tinder”. As Vice-President of marketing, she help launch the app and help it to go viral. However, just two short years later, in 2014, everything went so wrong. Whitney Wolfe was forced to sue Tinder, and their internet conglomerate parent company, InterActive Corp. (IAC) with a claim of “atrocious sexual harassment and sex discrimination”.

Bumble dating app turned down a $450 million acquisition by Match Group. Match Group is an umbrella company that owns, Tinder, and OKCupid, all competitors to Bumble. Some say this offer is lower than what Bumble is actually worth. Bumble is different from other dating apps in that it is a “woman-first” dating app. Meaning, if two heterosexual people find an interest in each other, it is up to the woman to make the first move.

If this acquisition is to happen, it would mean that Whitney Wolfe would have to work for the very same company she sued three years ago.

The case was quickly settled out of court with Whitney Wolfe with CMO Justin Mateen being stripped of his position, pending further investigations–he had been sending Ms. Wolfe messages containing inappropriate content; and Sean Rad, CEO at the time, was suspended, however, he now serves as chairman.

Bumble was launched by Whitney Wolfe in December of 2014, offering subscriptions and other features of the dating app a monetary fee of $9.99 to start.

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Whitney Wolfe and her start up apps, Bumble and now Bumble BFF, are giving women the upper edge when in the dating scene. Her women-first concept gives the woman the opportunity to check out who she plans to date and pursue a relationship with. These apps have great potential for putting an end to date rape and sexual abuse by men who formerly had all the control in the dating scene.