Creatorland

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Creatorland

Year: 2018
Genre: Lifestyle

Follow the extraordinary journey of creators, entrepreneurs and innovators in and around Ottawa as they explore the driving factors behind why they do what they do, share unfiltered narratives about their challenges, and as they describe the impact they hope to leave in the world. 

Episodes

Episode 1

Fashion designer, Stacey Bafi-Yeboa takes us on a journey through growing a sustainable brand in the fashion industry and the positive impact she hopes to leave in the world with her brand. 

Episode 2

Jacqui Du Toit uses the art of storytelling to bridge the gap between her home in South Africa and her new life here in Canada. While storytelling might seem like an usual business, Jacqui takes us on a journey through how she makes it work.

Episode 3

Dancing professionally requires an extensive amount of perseverance and work ethic that is typically not showcased. Up and coming dancer and social media influencer, Tiago Garcia takes us on a journey through his process of converting dance into a thriving business. 

Episode 4

Having grown up in Hong Kong and inspired by food all her life, Liz Mok quit her job as an industrial designer to pursue a career in the food industry. While some see the food business as a risky career choice, Liz’s shop has been thriving since the day it was opened in 2016.

Episode 5

Growing a tech company in a world that is highly technologically advanced can prove to be challenging but the founders of Wandure, Ali Kazal, Luis Anacona and Ismail Benmbarek are confident that jumping on the trend of peer to peer will guarantee their mobile app’s success. 

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