Bumble Inc. is looking for love on the public markets as the operator of the popular dating app with the same name gets ready for its initial public offering.
The company is expected to make its debut on the Nasdaq Thursday, in an IPO that could rake in around $2.2 billion. Bumble
has a portfolio of products aimed at giving women more power in their various relationships, a basic tenet of the company’s namesake dating app that requires women make the first move when talking with potential suitors.
Since launching the Bumble dating app in 2014, the company has branched into other forms of relationship-seeking. It now operates Bumble BFF, a section…