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No More Talk: FREE Downloadable Business Toolkit For Black Entrepreneurs

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On June 16th over 3500 Black Entrepreneurs registered to attend No More Talk: Our People, Our Businesses, Our Responsibility. The virtual event, a collaboration between We Buy Black and The Gathering Spot, focused solely on “right now” strategies to propel Black entrepreneurs forward, in this post-COVID era. John Hope Bryant, CEO of Operation Hope, James Lindsay, CEO of Rap Snacks, Wise Intelligent and many more were featured. Black Capital Partners organized the event and in its aftermath, is offering a free business toolkit to Black entrepreneurs. This toolkit, filled with resources from the event participants and other sources, will give entrepreneurs powerful tools on everything from accessing capital, to marketing and branding strategies.

If you didn’t watch live, click here to see full coverage. Also, you can download the toolkit at no cost below:

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D'Juan Hopewell
I care about Black Power. Period. Currently working on creating jobs and funding new startups on the South Side of Chicago and writing here and there at HopewellThought.com. Follow me @HopewellThought.
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5 COMMENTS

  1. It’s been a long time coming! This popular sweet melody has never felt more sweet than now. How beautiful it feels that finally WE ARE HERE! OUR OWN BLACK MARKETPLACE! One of the best news ever. My appeal to all Black People globally:
    1. Check “We buy black” first, before looking anywhere else, Amazon or any other store for your purchases. If you do not find it on WE BUY BLACK, make a request and be patient for your order to arrive. It is still in the infant stage and your patience and participation is very important for its success.
    2. OPEN AN ACCOUNT WITH A BLACK BANK NOW!
    3. Please, please, please: Do not denigrate the efforts of your fellow black entrepreneur Folk, no matter their place of origin. Unity is strength, and a family never washes dirty linen in public especially in front of those who seek to destroy you.
    4. Black entrepreneurs, Please investigate why some big US banks are blocking cash transfers from their customers to Black-owned Banks. It has happened to me 3 times, just last week. Make sure it is not a deliberate strategy to stop the flight of Black money to Black Banks.

    Finally, my sincere thanks to all the Entrepreneurs involved in the WE Buy Black movement. The sky is the limit. In 25 years Africa will have the largest middle class with the largest population surpassing China. So growth is guaranteed but quality must be unrivaled and beat any any product elsewhere to keep customers. Our “eyes can see the promised land”.

    Thank you.
    Sam Buma
    Ellicott City, MD.

  2. I am a new African American business owner. My company is ARDENT Protection, LLC. I was licensed for business as of January 1, 2020. My motto for ARDENT is Passion and Purpose. My goal is to provide an upgrade to the Protective Services industry by doing it differently from what I’ve experienced as an employee in the industry. I’m a Veteran and a former Law Enforcement Officer. The rest of my story is on my website. Please take a moment to visit it.

    I look forward to learning more about We Buy Black and possibly getting involved.

  3. I am interest in learning of how to get my non-toxic, chemical free, soft and breathable Graphene infused Sanitary Napkins with vibrational energy and health benefits consistency monthly use each cycle, that keep women comfortable and dry, according to customers testimonials, into WeBuyBlack market place?

  4. Wow!
    Mine eyes have seen the glory .
    My people are rising. I live in the UK And I cannot find a Black own Bank…
    A Directory if Black own Business is a must.
    Thanks Family

  5. I have a black owned Cosmetic Company, International Spectrum Cosmetics that sells premium quality products and services at great prices that almost anyone can afford. We ship nation wide and around the world. One of the main issues I see with our community is the need to get the highest price products that are name brand because that somehow validates us as being worthy and in some cases envied by our peers. I feel with that mentality it will be difficult to catch up with so many other successful communities that have realized that there is strength in numbers.

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