30 Black-Owned Businesses To Support in 2021

we have selected 30 Black-owned businesses across a range of industries and sizes positioned to grow and do well in 2021 that yo
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The historic challenges that 2020 has brought, including the COVID-19 crisis, and the racial reckoning highlighted by state-sponsored violence against Blacks, has led to a historic focus on supporting Black businesses.

This year we have seen an unprecedented amount of focus on the Black community in various countries around the world after the tragic death of George Floyd.

There has been significant support across business, politics, and media however to drive the equality desired many of these efforts will have to continue beyond 2020.

One of the most impactful ways to positively impact these communities is through supporting businesses founded by black founders who can then positively impact their communities.

Alongside the UK Black Business Show team, we have selected 30 Black-owned businesses across a range of industries and sizes positioned to grow and do well in 2021 that you can support.

Read rest of story to see these 30 Black businesses here.

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