Jasmin.com Launches Jasmin Academy, Certifies New Studios

Jasmin.com Launches Jasmin Academy, Certifies New Studios

BUDAPEST — Jasmin has announced the debut of its Jasmin Academy, welcoming more than 160 of its prestigious partners to Budapest this week, hometown and birthplace of the website.

Jasmin.com is an adult-centric lifestyle and entertainment website that delivers high quality, chic content with a focus on the more alluring aspect of glamor work. The website is home to more than 200,000 active models, with 2,000 of them online at any time, and more than 35 million daily users.

According to the company, the event was dedicated to strengthening the ties between the group and its worldwide partners, with studio owners, managers, trainers, and models from Romania, Kazakhstan, Colombia, Russia, Manilla, Ukraine and Hungary receiving an invitation to attend the Jasmin Academy.

“Thanks to our huge experience with making webcam models millionaires since 2001, we have decided to ‘level up’ our business expertise and invite our most prestigious partners to Hungary for a seminar,” Jasmin.com CPO Zsolt Theiss-Balázs said. “After realizing that conventional methods are not enough anymore, we have developed a modern structure where people can share what the best practices are in their opinion, helping them to better understand how they can maximize their own potential on Jasmin.com.”

The company, headquartered in Luxembourg since 2013, but originally based in Budapest since 2001, employs more than 650 people from 30 different nationalities, including highly skilled specialists in technical business analysis, quality management, development and project management.

In addition to its inaugural Jasmin Academy, Jasmin has announced its certification of two new studios.

“We’re very happy to welcome CSM Studio from Colombia and Flirt Studio from Russia on board,” Jasmin.com co-founder and CEO Karoly Papp said. “Being certified enables studios to grow bigger and faster by having a stronger connection with Jasmin.com’s staff and a team of people dedicated exclusively to them. The group is establishing an important pool of talent and gained strong connections within these two countries.”

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