If you’re looking for a tech company that’s all about diversity and inclusion, look no further because Cre8te Technology is here!
Serial entrepreneur, businessman, and philanthropist, Brandon McGhee formed Cre8te to bridge the gap between a concept and a product.
Cre8te was built to foster innovation and partner with creatives to help them bring their ideas to life.
“It all started when I studied under my mentor, a tech billionaire from Chicago,” shared McGhee in an exclusive interview with AfroTech. “I’ve always been a creative person and haven’t always had the resources needed to bring them to fruition and so my company Cre8te helps other creatives who’ve had the same sentiments.”
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McGhee has always understands first-hand what it’s like to be a Black creative with limited resources but he’s now discovered that the same applies to Black founders.
“I feel that other people say that they want to help but truly don’t because they’re afraid for us to get ahold of the right resources because they know how awesome and great we are as a culture,” continued McGhee.
“I believe that getting investors and helping our community is pivotal so that we can have opportunities that other races have to be successful,” he said. “That’s very crucial, that’s what’s important.”
Headquartered in Las Vegas, Nevada with a team of over 20 employees, Cre8te is committed to providing young entrepreneurs and founders with the materials that they need to not only thrive but to be successful too.
“We have a lot of great things happening,” shared McGhee. “From an all tech suitcase line to a tech, sanitizing station for dogs, we have a lot of things hitting the market all thanks to the creative minds of young entrepreneurs.”
Within the next five years, McGhee sees Cre8te Technology as a place to build and produce the next Elon Musk’s of the world.