3 Webinar Hosting Business Success Stories [2022]

3 Webinar Hosting Business Success Stories [2022]
Start A Webinar Hosting Business

Are you an app builder looking for a profitable business? Consider building a webinar hosting platform.

Businesses host webinars as a tool for helping them convert leads into paying customers.

Therefore, starting your webinar hosting service could be a profitable business venture.

To attract customers, focus on building a robust webinar hosting service that provides the users with all features they need to host an interactive webinar. A webinar hosting service should provide custom solutions and support for all technical issues.

Here are some real life success stories of starting a webinar hosting business:

1. tiiny.host ($24K/year)

Philip Baretto (from London, UK) started tiiny.host over 3 years ago.

$2K / month
1 founders / 0 employees

Case Study

Hi everybody, my name is Philip and I’m the founder of Tiiny.Host - the simplest way to host & share your web project online. It’s perfect for prototyping, demos, testing, learning to code, and small web apps.

I started it around 2 years ago and to date, over 40,000 websites have been uploaded. We’re currently at $2,000 MRR (monthly recurring revenue) and doubling every 3 months. It’s been a rollercoaster couple of years, we were making less than $100 MRR for about the first 12 months but revenue then skyrocketed. It just goes to show the trajectory of SaaS businesses on the internet.


2. ClickMeeting ($10.8M/year)

Szymon Grabowski (from Gdańsk, Poland) started ClickMeeting ago.

$897K / month
1 founders / 93 employees

Case Study

Hello, I'm Dominika Paciorkowska, Managing Director and Board Member at ClickMeeting – a platform for webinars and online meetings. ClickMeeting was launched in 2010 and has been performing as an independent company since 2016.

This time I would like to focus mainly on the development of ClickMeeting: an innovative platform that focuses on intuitiveness and providing a real-life experience in the virtual world.


3. eWebinar ($600K/year)

Melissa Kwan (from Vancouver, BC, Canada) started *eWebinar * over 3 years ago.

$50K / month
2 founders / 0 employees

Case Study

My name is Melissa Kwan, I am the co-founder and CEO of eWebinar. I started this company with David Dawson, CTO of eWebinar and also my life partner.


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