GDI Virtual Third Thursday Webinars!

In response to the COVID-19 crisis Global Dating Insights has launched a series of monthly webinars, to help keep the industry connected until we can get together again.

‘Virtual Third Thursday’ is a free-to-view webinar that will gather the online dating industry’s leading minds for an afternoon of learning and knowledge sharing.

Every month we will cover a new topic, such as the current market, the future post-COVID, policy and safety, monetisation, traffic and more.


Upcoming Webinars


Thursday 20th August – Spectrum Labs’ Daisy Soderberg-Rivkin and RealMe’s Courtney Kovacevich

RealMe and FTI Consulting conducted a recent study to understand more about the impact of COVID-19 in online dating, and those daters who are most vulnerable to the isolation of social distancing.

They will come together with Spectrum Labs to unveil the ‘New Normal’ in online dating, and what this means for the industry and daters for the foreseeable future. The session will walk through their exclusive findings and answer questions in support of your brand and members.

Register for FREE here!


Thursday 17th September – Online Dating Association’s CEO George Kidd

George will be presenting a session titled ‘What Makes The Spotlight Come Our Way?’ which focuses on how the industry deals with attention from the rest of the world. This includes virtual dating in the time of COVID-19, as well as data leaks and romance scams.

The ODA is keen to ensure the space is ready to deal with negative changes in the world, so all the hard work to get rid of the stigma around online dating is not lost.

Register for FREE here!


Thursday 15th October – TBC


Thursday 19th November – TBC


Thursday 17th December – TBC


Past Webinars


Thursday 16th July – Google’s Head of Industry Katherine Westgate

Katherine revealed research from Google which featured a deep-dive into future shaping trends in the online dating industry and surfaced actionable steps we can all take to meet the needs of future daters. 

She also shared consumer behaviours and themes that have emerged during the COVID outbreak, and how they could potentially affect the industry in the future.