When two big names in the tech industry unite, it’s noteworthy. When those big names belong to two innovative Texas women, Amber Venz Box (of Dallas-based content monetization platform rewardStyle) and Whitney Wolfe Herd (of the Austin-based feminist dating app Bumble), color us psyched. What’s even better: their new app, Cherry, offers manicures and pedicures on demand, anywhere. We can all benefit from that this holiday season.
To celebrate the app’s launch on November 20, Dallas women gathered for a mani/pedi party (what else?) at the home of Nasiba Adilova, founder of Dallas-based The Tot. Click through the slideshow to relive the party.