Williams, 37, who launched his White Label Dating platform in 2003 – which provides the technology for thousands of online dating sites around the world – pocketed a £725,000 share of the payout, which was a fall from the previous year’s dividend of £2.5million.Accounts just filed for the company, which last month changed its name to Venntro Media Group, show that turnover increased by £2million to £44.3million for the year to August 31, 2014 but pre-tax profits fell from £4.1million to £2.3million.White Label Dating is an award-winning online dating provider, powering dating sites across seven international territories for affiliates, webmasters, traffic networks and media brands.The White Label Dating hosted dating solution lets you create and promote your own niche online dating site, increasing your take home revenue by cutting out the middleman.Their team is made up of eager and hardworking people who help partners to get the best possible return on investment from their dating brand.These features include a member database, safe and simple payment processing, a committed customer support team and more.All partners are given the best possible chance to effectively monetize their sites so they can reinvest in high-quality marketing campaigns to drive more members back to their sites.
Williams and his team serve publishers, broadcasters, media owners, webmasters – you name it.
From fully scalable, ready-made technology built by an in-house software development team to around-the-clock account management, you can’t go wrong with this innovative company. Ross Williams, Internet entrepreneur and founder of White Label Dating, said the company works with leading media brands and dating sites highly regarded in the industry, including Bauer Media, The Independent and Plenty More Fish, as well as small businesses and individuals who have launched niche dating sites.
You no longer have to sit on the sidelines while everyone else takes over the dating industry.
In the notes to the accounts, the firm said that the year had been ‘a period of consolidation and investment for the company’ and that it was now looking for partnership in the US, where it hoped to expand.
“As a personality driven station, it was really important for us to launch a brand that would resonate with our listeners and add value for our audience.