Piggy Chops plans to invest in dating app Bumble as the service prepares to expand into her native place by end of this year. Alex (Priyanka name in Quantico) will also as an adviser to the app- which requires women to make the first move for its Indian Launch. Earlier Piggy chops never saw with any tie-ups with the tech world. This is the first time Priyanka will enter in a tech venture.

The app Bumble said that “ Priyanka will become partner, advisor, and investor to the tech firm”

Hence, Priyanka said on the same note “ I have always believed that investing in women is key to social transformation and economic growth.” She further added “ Women want love, they want friendship and they want to find a career, and that is the uniqueness of what Bumble delivers”

Priyanka Chopra always grabs the headlines with something new whether its onscreen or off screen, she is never out of the news world. In her recent entry to the tech world, it completely makes understand that Priyanka can be anywhere.

With the safety gears, the Bumble app plans to expand into India comes amid growing safety concerns over the issue as there were several stories of sexual violence against women in certain parts of the country. Keeping safety in the mind Rival Tinder is testing a new feature in India that allows female users to send the first message to a match. According to the company it wanted women to feel safe and comfortable.

In addition, Bumble revealed that in the coming weeks it will roll out specific features to enhance to prevent safety, which include photo verification and photo and profile moderation by a team of more than 4,000 people.

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