Saturday, September 6, 2008

Qlubb: A Great Resource for Managing Activities

As Moms, we all participate in so many groups and activities that it can be hard to keep everything straight. From volunteering as a classroom Mom to coaching your son or daughter's sports team, getting groups organized can feel like managing the unmanageable, taking up time in already jam-packed days., which makes organizing your homeroom parent meetings, playgroups or book clubs incredibly easy. Qlubb is a web-based service that helps organize your real-life groups online, providing all the functions needed to easily and actively participate within a group. Qlubb allows you to connect, plan meetings, assign responsibilities and share pictures with all of the members of your group at once. Features include an event calendar, sign-up sheets, member rosters, a task reminder service, and bulletin boards, which every member of your community can access and update from their home computers.

Accessing and using the site is incredibly easy for even the least computer-savvy members. Qlubb's secure sign-in protects group information, so only members of your group have access. However, participants don't have to individually register and can simply sign in using the group password.

Qlubb brings all aspects of group interaction to one simple and intuitive place. With event calendaring, sign-up sheets, photo sharing, member rosters, task reminder service, and bulletin boards, Qlubb provides all the functions needed to easily and actively participate within a group.

Recognizing that busy people don’t have time or patience to “figure out” another web application, Qlubb has made it a principle philosophy to keep everything SIMPLE (simple interface, simple Qlubb creation, simple task creation, simple account management, etc.).
It only takes 2 clicks to create a Qlubb, an 1 click to join a Qlubb.

Based in the San Francisco Bay Area, Qlubb was founded by experienced and veteran entrepreneurs who busted their chops at blue-chip, white shoe firms and venture-backed startups including Oracle, DoubleClick, Booz Allen Hamilton, Bang Networks, and Goldman Sachs. Qlubb founders were inspired to build Qlubb after spending countless years “herding cats” in roles as board members of various non-profits, classroom parents, sports team coaches, and civic leaders.
Thanks to Momcentral for introducing us to this great resource!!!


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