Enabling 1 million African entrepreneurs to take action!
Creators Lab is an online educational and support platform by Joadre. The app is tailored specifically for small and medium sized business in Africa. African entrepreneurs can learn how to start-up their entrepreneurial ideas, build their business to be profitable and grow their businesses into a globally competitive venture. We release multiple practical business tutorials every week to cover very concrete and specific business activities tailored to blend with the African business environment.
Business tutorials content are consistently created based on the needs and request of our app users. Creators Lab by Joadre, is meant to bridge the gap between the theories learned in higher institutions and the standards of doing business worldwide. Users can access the free and paid business tutorials. Users can access paid tutorials by subscribing to annual learning plan for unlimited access to content or pay-as-you, 1 seed per video tutorial that they need.
Do you have insignificant and practical knowledge in a specific business area and you want to share your skill with African entrepreneurs? send us an email to email@example.com. Don’t forget to leave a review if you like the app. For more information and support contact - firstname.lastname@example.org.
Created by Joadre, our founder. The name Joadre comes from the first two letters of JOana ADesuwa REiterer, connecting 3 different cultures that has impacted my life so fare - Nigeria(Adesuwa), english (Joana) and Austrian (Reiterer) culture.
Joana Adesuwa Reiterer, is an award winning Nigerian-Austrian social entrepreneur, a mother of two and a lover of all things multicultural. Joana started her first business at the age of 16 in Edo State Nigeria. She spent over 10 hours traveling by bus from her campus in Auchi to Lagos (Nigeria) to buy clothes to sell on school campuses. At age 19, Joana began several businesses from fashion to acting in Nollywood (Nigerian film industry), to developing international projects after she migrated to Austria. Some of her ventures were the Na Wa film festival in Nigeria bringing together the UN and 6 EU countries. As acting remain her passion, Joana starred alongside Oscar prize winner Emma Thompson in a UN based theatre in Vienna and later in New York. Her charity organisation counsels African victims of human trafficking in Europe.
She launched Joadre originally as a fashion brand in 2014. Joadre has soon grown into an entrepreneurship platform to help African entrepreneurs and Africans in the diaspora develop their ideas and businesses into the global market. Joadre host its own events and participate in retail events to help African producers showcase and sell their products to the global consumer. Joanas engagement has given her the privileged to build a diverse network of business angels, investors, foreign government offices and very loyal friends.
"To connect these resources, knowledge and bring all my engagements to one platform, I have launched this app - Joadre creators Lab app....Joana