The Bumble Hive Sets L.A. Abuzz With IRL Networking

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The ever-popular app Bumble is now enabling its users to meet face-to-face.

For the next two months, Bumble Hive—a pop-up (across the street from Alfred Coffee on Melrose Place)—is open to users who are free to come work, network, and meet other users.

Bumble, which launched as a dating app in 2014, also released Bumble BFF, another digital platform for users to meet platonic friends, and Bumble Bizz, its career-networking interface.


Free to attend a panel discussion in Los Angeles anytime soon? Great!

The Bumble Hive will be updating its schedule regularly.

Admission to the Hive is free and RSVPs are not required, but you do need to be at least 21+ to attend and display an active Bumble profile for entry.

Interactive panels will include experts in fields that range from entrepreneurship and technology to health and wellness. 


Of course, a pop-up venture in L.A. isn't complete without primo corporate sponsorship (aka freebies for you). Bumble has partnered with companies like Shake Shack, Le Labo, Casamigos Tequila, PRIV, Amazon Prime, Postmates, Lyft, Birchbox, and UrbanStems to bring its users the ultimate in-person experience.

Location: Bumble Hive LA, 8441 Melrose Place, Los Angeles, CA 90069 (off Melrose Ave & La Cienega)

Dates: February 1 – March 25

Open: Wednesday – Friday: 12pm – 7pm, Saturday: 1pm – 8pm, Sunday: 12pm – 4pm

What do you think of the latest addition to networking-meets-co-working spaces in Los Angeles? Leave us a comment below!