A Cornwall-based online life planning platform is reporting a record year.
Keylu, which has just rebranded from Once I’ve Gone, has seen a 319% rise in new sign-ups compared to last year.
Keylu is a secure, online life planning platform which enables users to upload personal, financial, and legal documents as well as personal mementos such as pictures, videos, and final wishes to pave the way for the creation and management of users’ digital legacies.
Ian Dibb founded the company in 2015, following the sudden loss of both his mother and sister in the space of two years. Motivated by the challenges he faced when organising their respective estates – with limited insight into any final wishes – he wanted to develop a platform that would remove some of this stress for those who have been recently bereaved.
He said: “It’s been an interesting 18 months and as the world changes, and we look back on the effects, we have seen a shift in how individuals approach life planning, which has influenced the way in which we have developed the platform.
“We want to continue spreading the word about the importance of life planning – not only end-of-life planning.
“We have some big plans in store, and our new name and branding is only the first step. We will be evolving and enhancing our services to further benefit our users. The team at Keylu are very excited for the future.”