Dating Factory is a Swiss based white label dating provider offering a complete dating solution - from promoting other sites on the platform to creating a mainstream or niche dating site.

Dating Factory platform was created in 2009[2] by former partners and affiliates of other white label dating networks to combine the marketing and industry knowledge and expertise with the most innovative technology and web 2.0 principles.

Dating Factory sites can be targeted at U.S. consumers or other markets around the world and is available in 18 languages. Partners use their own domain names, meaning they maintain control over their brand and their marketing efforts.


November 2012

  • Dating Factory acquired, a German white label dating platform[3]

October 2012

  • Dating Factory partners with Scamalytics Anti-scammer Protection[4]

July 2012

  • Dating Factory is available in Turkish language

June 2012

  • Dating Factory supports Slovak language

May 2012

  • Dating Factory launched mobile

April 2012

  • Dating Factory acquired World Dating Partners[5]

March 2012

  • Dating Factory officially lauched in the USA[6]
  • Norwegian version of the site launched

May 2011

  • launches: Japan’s first white label dating platform

January 2011

  • Dating Factory supports Greek language

September 2010

  • Dating Factory Partners with World Dating Partners

July 2010

  • Dating Factory b2b platform is available in French

May 2010

  • New HIV Positive niche launches

April 2010

  • Dating Factory Affiliate network launches
  • Casual niche launches

February 2010

  • Caerus AG Announces the Appointment of Lisa Moskotova (Steshenko) as COO of
  • Easydate (Cupid Plc) partners with Dating Factory to address the German, French Spanish and Italian speaking markets using Dating Factory’s white label dating platform.

September 2009

  • Dating Factory Launches Multi-Lingual and Multi-Niche White Label Dating Platform at iDate
  • Caerus AG announces the appointment of Tanya Fathers as CEO of Datingfactory

Major Partners

  • Buck Angel -[7]
  • Thomas Voullemier -
  • David Miller -
  • Griffin Technologies CH -
  • Bernd Müller -
  • Martin Dagger -


- 2012 YNOT Award for Best Dating Technology[9]

See also


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