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  • Bumble’s cafe helps build brand loyalty IRL
  • Bumble’s cafe helps build brand loyalty IRL
    Jessica Da Rosa (2019) ©

Bumble’s cafe helps build brand loyalty IRL

Bumble will open its first outpost in New York City in the form of an all-day eatery. As businesses start to open up, and New Yorkers put down their screens in favor of going out, having a physical presence is one way for this online brand to build brand loyalty in the real world.



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