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About Tributize

Our Story

We began with an idea - a positive place where memories are made and kept. We looked at other social sites and realized the online world just didn’t have a venue where people could get together and pay tribute - to friends, family, loved ones, legends, stars and favorite things.

Team Up

We are always looking for partnerships. If you’re looking for an opportunity to turn our social media platform into a revenue stream, talk to us about becoming a partner. From content creators to marketers and talent agents, we’re building a global network to ride the wave with us.


We grew the site the old fashioned way - by word of mouth, and now we’re reaching round the globe to emerging markets and across the Western technosphere. Currently we are self funding, but we are about to look for second phase capital as we expand. To learn more about investing, please contact us to request our pitch deck.

Meet The Team

James - Founder

Miron - Technology

Claudia - Marketing


We have many interesting stories to share with you, and we will do our best to help you wherever and whenever we can. Please get in touch. For all press enquiries please use our contact form. We aim to respond within 24 hours - much faster if we can!

Press Coverage

July 11th 2019: death-and-your-digital-footprint


Press Releases

November 10th 2017: Tributize Revolutionizes the eCard with Tribute Pages for Loved Ones. Click here to download the press release.

Related Links

This piece is from 2014 and we just came across it. It goes a long way to explain why we created Tributize  - to fill a huge gap in a very important market!

When Loved Ones Die, Why Is It So Hard to Memorialize Their Lives Online?

When Personal Tech Columnist Geoffrey Fowler's friend passed away, he volunteered to make a memorial website. It proved difficult to find decent options to honor the dead.

"I wanted to allow people to share their digital memories"

"Mourning is a core human experience in dire need of some new digital ideas."

"I tried a dozen online memorial services and found most only frustrated me"

"None of the services could help me make a truly beautiful tribute"

"The sense of reverence many of the services built into their templates—clip art of doves or setting suns—didn't fit with my friend's raucous personality"

"Seeing decades-old photos and reading childhood stories about my friend for the first time, I gained a new appreciation of him"