Currently, the estimated $1.1 Trillion dollars stays in the U.S.’s Black Community an estimated 6hrs. The result is a negative trade deficit within the Black Community. A community requires individuals in a defined area to own and control the businesses in that region. By practicing Group-Economics, the Black community will be able to aggregate its dollar and become self-sufficient. Check out this short list of Black Owned business directories and #BUYBLACK.
Official Black Wall Street is a digital platform and directory of over 1,400 verified Black-owned businesses around the world. Created to help people find and support Black entrepreneurs and to give Black businesses the exposure they deserve.
Support Black Owned (SBO)
SBO is a free Black and African American owned business directory and blog filled with thousands of Black, Moorish, and African American owned businesses and members spread all over the world. Their goal is to list every black owned business, church, entertainer, restaurant, etc., in the whole world.
Black Owned Business Network
Find a local Black-owned business with over 10,000 Black-Owned Businesses listed. New businesses listed daily. Patrons are encourage to check the Black Owned Busness network before shopping.
Started in 1997 as a free online black business directory. This directory listings are still free! Now focused on helping African American business owners use the internet to network and help grow and sustain their businesses.
U.S. Black Chambers, Inc.
A nonprofit organization based in Washington, District of Columbia, U.S. Black Chambers, Inc. is comprised of self-sustaining, viable Black Chambers and nationwide small business associations. Collaboration with strategic partners increases its capacity to provide diverse services.
Founded by former IBM employee, Roger Nelson, this site was created to be a “virtual Black community” that embraces strong African principles, and aims to unite the global Black Family via group economics.
We Buy Black
WeBuyBlack.com is an online marketplace where customers may purchase everything they want and need provided by Black owned businesses. Sellers may register to sell their products to a diverse, open, and international market. Webuyblack.com was created by Howard University Alumnus Shareef Abdul-Malik in 2015.