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Tribe Platform is Now Free for Organizations Looking to Fight Pandemics by Building Online Communities

03-16-2020 03:13 PM CET | IT, New Media & Software

Press release from: Tribe Technologies, Inc.

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Toronto, March 14th -- Tribe Platform, a fast-growing community solution that allows businesses and creators to build fully customizable and social media-type online communities, announced today that it will offer the platform for free to educational institutions, researchers, and nonprofit organizations.

This will help organizations looking to create an online community for collaboration, knowledge-sharing, and connecting experts to find solutions to the health crisis caused by diseases. It is offered at no charge for unlimited members throughout this year.

Tribe recognizes that real-world interaction and collaboration play crucial roles in solving problems. In these difficult times, when organizations are increasingly moving to virtual communication, Tribe will offer its expertise in connecting people and facilitate knowledge-sharing via digital interactions with its community platform.

With this program, organizations and educational institutions can invite unlimited members to the online community created on Tribe. The goal here is to deliver powerful tools for collaboration and networking.

"We understand that a large number of organizations are concerned about the impact of the Pandemic and looking for ways to effectively collaborate as well as share knowledge without losing the beauty of social interactions," says Mo Malayeri, Co-founder, Tribe. "Since one of the core elements of Tribe is based on social interaction best practices for digital media, we believe Tribe can be effective in helping organizations looking to create virtual communities for collaboration and crowd-sourcing of knowledge."

For more information visit the official website ( and drop a message on the chat messenger.

Tribe Technologies, Inc.
33 Bloor East, Toronto, Canada - M4W 3H1
+1 647-327-0299
Preetish Panda

Tribe is a community solutions company dedicated to helping companies across the globe to connect, collect, and engage their audiences. Tribe delivers powerful engagement and retention tools with modular apps, an API-first approach, and embeddable widgets. Communities built with Tribe can be fully integrated into the entire audience journey via social touchpoints or function as a stand-alone social website.

Founded in 2018, Tribe now powers communities run by some of the biggest names such as Skyscanner, Decathlon, and IBM in a vertical agnostic manner.

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