CEO & FOUNDER
Authentic designer brands to a consumers doorstep.
Greater access to Global designer brands.
Offering trusted payment gateways.
Provide a fast and trackable logistical delivery solutions.
Auddl was formed for the African community adding to the growth expansion of the Global market. At Auddl, we pride ourselves as a global lifestyle supplier that is passionate about the very best top brands that the fashion industry has to offer. Our global powerhouse which is based in the UK is the brain behind Auddl Ltd. In over ten years, the global powerhouse has continuously provided a cutting-edge logistical supply chain solutions to some of the world's most successful companies and brands.
internet penetration, some of this spending is starting to happen online. Global shopping
has been made easy with the expansion of the global market.
Auddl African Designers
We recently launched http://www.auddlafricandesigners.com,
Showcasing the best of Africa's Designer Talents to a Global Audience through our digital platform.
However, we also felt the need to take the African design spirit and showcase it to the world.
Our vision is to take the very best of African designers in all design disciplines, from Africa into the Global market.
We are constantly amazed at the creative design in all it's forms that comes out of Africa.
We are a group of people who are passionate about Africa and it's people. We love the colorful vibrancy of Africa.
With the world seemingly getting smaller all the time with digital progress, Africans who embrace this medium have a bright future.
Africa is becoming a magnet for foreign investment. 2017, predicted to become the market for investment.
In 2010, the population of Africa was 1bn.
355 million were considered middle class.
Africa is forecast to be the fastest growing markets on the continent, with projected annual growth rates higher than 8% in the next five years
Africa is not suffering from a lack of demand, but from a lack of supply.
African economy is expected to grow by 7.7% annually between 2014 and 2019, double the rate of advanced economies.
By 2060, the population will more than double to 2.6bn with 1.1bn expected to be middle clas