BLACK-OWNED BUSINESS: SHOULD WE INVEST?
READY TO INVEST IN BLACK BUSINESSES.
Perry L. Duff and Jeannette Davis, Executive Producers and Hosts of a podcast ‘The Hustlers Corner New York City(NYC)’ in New York, are interviewing African Americans on one of their biggest topics, the ‘Black Business Movement’.
The ‘ Black Business Movement’ discusses how fast black businesses are growing in the black community at present time. There was a time when Black businesses struggled to keep their business in the black community.
Black businesses couldn’t be saved because of destruction by crimes and drugs, not much known by marketing or promoting, and not having enough support. Also, rents becoming high have caused black businesses to close down.
In time, black businesses were doing well until a race massacre interrupted by white rioters looted and burned the Greenwood District, a prosperous African-American area known as ‘Black Wall Street’ in Tulsa, Oklahoma, 99-years-old ago.
Should we invest into black businesses?
Well, do you think it is another ‘Black Wall Street’ that will develop in all-black communities? Should we invest in the black business today? Yes, most definitely. Yassin, African American owner of a black coffee shop called ‘Prime Grind’ in Brooklyn, New York said that many black businesses and companies are developing in his community and had helped build a lot of jobs for African Americans and continue to do so as the employment raise and encourage employers or other to invest in protection and reduce the cost to businesses of protecting in financial crisis.
BLACK BUSINESS MOVEMENT
In this interview video, tequila Fletcher, owner of Tressholic Beauty Supply discusses her Beauty Shop, marketing, and further, she goes to continue to pursue her career as an entrepreneur.