With a new vision for Muslim influencers, away from the simple Instagram posts, MIN can provide the tools and guidance to use each individual’s talent and influence to create positive societal change and differences in our world today.
The world’s first Muslim Influencer Marketing agency, MIN, is groundbreaking not only because it has set out to do what no one else has done before, but because it takes the idea of being an influencer and supports the concept through the idea of doing good with a deeper purpose.
Helping Muslim influencers not only widen their reach but also stay true to both Islam and the culture of making a true impact or difference in this world today, MIN hopes that by supporting those with a vision, they can help not only influence but also inspire. Their motto, therefore, is “Don’t just Influence. Inspire”.
Helping brands, organizations, and governments access the global Muslim market through creative campaigns, MIN has so far ran successful campaigns for Primark, the UN, Anchor Butter, Tesco, Co-Op, Heavenly Desserts, and Rubicon amongst others.
With a new vision for Muslim influencers, away from the simple Instagram posts, MIN can provide the tools and guidance to use each individual’s talent and influence to create positive societal change and differences in our world today. Having developed what they call the 4 L’s Program, MIN truly hopes to change the world one influencer at a time. As describes on their website, their 4 L’s Program is such:
- Love: We want you to feel loved and ensure that they are in the best state at home.
- Life: We provide you with at least an average wage for the city in which you live.
- Learn: We provide regular insights and growth hacks.
- Legacy: We work closely to develop your legacy, whether a business, an NGO or a meaningful social media page.
As of now, MIN has the world’s largest network of Muslim influencers, coming from a wide variety of backgrounds that include music, comedy, sport, fashion, and lifestyle. In addition, MIN also conducts influencer meet-ups, as well as online seminars on the role of social media and how to grow a brand.
To learn more about MIN, click here!