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|Address:||33 Ahmed Heshmat Street, Zamalek, Cairo, 7th Floor|
|Date of Establishment:||2010|
|Email:||email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com|
When mankind had not yet conquered the earth and turned it into colonies of megacities, people lived in tribal communities. Tribe members were special to one another because they had common values and interests. They shared resources, ideas, pain, and happiness. Their source of power was their collective united will. Then, man decided to isolate himself from the world around him and pursued happiness independently. We know that no one can succeed alone and must resource to teamwork to reach his/her aspirations. Famous author Seth Godin wrote a book “Tribes: We Need You to Lead Us”. The book explains that people around the world have more in common despite their isolation than they could have ever imagined. Everyone reading this must have had an interest about a certain topic and thought that hardly anyone else shares that interest. Right then, a great idea has been lost. The boom in communication and social networking today helps us connect with well over 6.7 billion people around the world. Surely among them many have the same interest. If you share the same interest with a number of people and managed to connect, you are a tribe. The best thing about modern tribes is that everyone can be a member in many tribes at once.
Inspired by this concept, in 2010, a GROUP of people CONNECTED, SHARED their interest in healthy BENEFICIAL media production, adopted a set of VALUES, identified the importance of tribal INTERACTION, named themselves “QABILA”, and sprang into ACTION.
Qabila is a media production organization that aims to produce professional media of all sorts from start to finish. If it conveys a positive thought its worth our attention. We rely on dedicated members and on you, our Qabila members. Our entire Qabila will collaborate on brainstorming ideas, script writing, directing, and production. Qabila is a learning community that learns from its growing number of members, and also incubates and develops skills and ideas of its members. Qabila is owned by you