Industry regulatory body the Online Dating Association has just welcomed Inline Policy as its newest associate.
Inline Policy is a political consultancy firm based in London that offers political and regulatory expertise across global markets.
The two organisations recently partnered for the ODA’s first industry report, about the mobile revolution and what it means for dating companies and its customers, entitled “Dating on the Move”.
Speaking about the relationship, ODA Chief Executive George Kidd said: “We have been working closely with Inline who have been an asset to the ODA in helping us identify the challenges and important issues which we face in dealing with changes that new technology brings.
“We are delighted that this relationship has now moved to a formal basis and that Inline join our other new Associates in supporting the work of the ODA in ensuring we maintain a healthy, trusted and innovative dating market in the UK.”
Inline Policy joins London law firm Wiggin LLP and scammer detection software Scamalytics in becoming an ODA associate.
An associate relationship is designed to strengthen the ODA’s capacity and capability to speak for the sector, to help protect and grow a healthy market.
Find out more about the details and benefits here.
Speaking about why they decided to become an associate, Shomik Panda, Founder & Managing Director at Inline said: “We are delighted to be able to continue to support the ODA, and its members, as the Association grows.
“Our expertise in political and regulatory developments that affect the online dating industry, as well as our broader focus on online platforms, makes us well placed to assist this rapidly developing sector as it seeks to work with authorities to ensure a safe environment for users.”
Visit the ODA’s site here, and find out more about Inline Policy here.