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Event Calendar Qariyb Makes Muslim Community Building Easier Than Ever Before
Qariyb empowers Muslims to find local Muslim events and activities in a personalized, meaningful way.
A new events calendar platform for Muslim community building just entered beta. With a wide variety of features for both event organizers and event enthusiasts, Qariyb aims to become the go-to events calendar for Muslims.
Qariyb empowers Muslims to find local Muslim events and activities in a personalized, meaningful way. The platform aims to deliver community-building experiences that align with each user’s individual values and interests.
Abubakar Sheriff, founder of Qariyb, said he ultimately wants the platform to curate events tailored to the faith, values and interests of the Muslim community. "As a community, we share the responsibility of safeguarding each other's well-being,” Sheriff said. “With Qariyb, we aim to bridge this gap and nurture the future well-being of our communities, building a stronger, more caring ummah together."
Qariyb streamlines the entire event planning process for organizers, empowering them to manage their events with ease and reach their target audience efficiently. With Qariyb, event organizers can manage all their events in one platform, increase their events’ visibility and gain maximum exposure to their events, all while engaging with their local community and businesses.
At the same time, Qariyb also provides event enthusiasts with the power to subscribe to calendars and stay in the know about events that interest them. They are also able to access information in one convenient, centralized location while fostering a sense of community with other Qariyb community members.
The platform is tailored specifically for the Muslim community, boasting a dedicated space for Muslims to discover events aligned with their faith, values and interests. “From religious lectures to family-friendly activities, our platform offers a curated experience that fosters a sense of community,” Sheriff says. “We understand the needs of our users and strive to create an inclusive platform that enhances their event discovery and community engagement. It's not just about managing events; it's about creating meaningful connections within the Muslim community." Sheriff added that Qariyb can play a crucial role in fostering a sense of belonging especially in a post-pandemic world.
During its beta version, Qariyb will be free for both organizers and attendees. However, once the platform exits beta, organizers will have the option to use premium features for a monthly or yearly fee. Qariyb’s core features will remain free of charge even after its beta version, so organizers will still be able to plan and promote their events without any additional cost.
Try out the Qariyb beta yourself at the link below.