How We Wrote One Of The Most Shared Blog Post About UK Black Businesses With £50 Budget
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20 years ago, Bill Gates said ‘Content is King’, and in today’s digital world, it is as relevant as ever. Though content marketing is not a new concept, it is particularly pertinent, quasi crucial, for small businesses. With big companies spending big cash in advertising to occupy the online space, content marketing is vital to small & medium black businesses to showcase their expertise, and expand their brands.Read More
Afrocks Giveaway Sweepstake Terms and Conditions
AFROCKS GIVEAWAY TERMS AND CONDITIONS
- The promoter is: Afrocks EKEMIT whose registered office is at 86-90 Paul Street, EC2A 4NE London United Kingdom
- The competition is open to residents of the United Kingdom aged 18 years or over except employees of Afrocks EKEMIT and their close relatives and anyone otherwise connected with the organisation or judging of the competition.
36 UK Black Owned Businesses You Absolutely Need In Your Life In 2017
2016 could be considered a pretty bleak year for people of colour after Brexit and the US presidential situation.
However, it wasn’t all bad as we saw the hashtag #UKBlackOwnedBusinesses trending on Twitter and the launch of the award-winning platform Brands of Colour.
Black people are tired of investing their money into brands and businesses that do not represent or consider them and as a result, UK Black businesses are finally getting the spotlight they deserve.Read More
A Year Working On Afrocks: 10 Things I Have Learnt So Far Working On An On-Demand Natural Hair Marketplace Startup
Wow! Time flies by!
I still remember last year when I had the idea: we need to create the ‘Uber for Natural and Afro Hair!’ and I was like:
‘This is going to be huuuuuuge!’
‘I need to get the product out faaaast’
‘Wait wait wait I need to validate the idea first and find out if people really want the product’
That time…when ideas and you are so excited you can’t even sleep!
Interview of Joy Joses, Founder Of Melanmag.com, The New Online Lifestyle Magazine For Women Of Colour
Tired of reading the same old Cosmopolitan magazine? Smile! Melanmag.com is a new online lifestyle magazine for women of colour, which aims to supply real and authentic content for the millennial woman of colour.
If you check out the website, you will find rich and diverse content served by a sleek design. We love it.
Oh! And Joy Joses, the founder of Melanmag was kind enough to chat to us about very interesting stuff you certainly want to read about!
How To Find Your Natural Hair Stylist or Salon With Afrocks in Less Than 2 Minutes
I have a very good news for you: Our website is (finally) live! After months and months of hard work we have released our Beta version. Beta version means that it is not the finished product and there are probably a few things to fix here and there. But we are live and you now book a stylist in less than 2 minutes, by doing the following:
15 Black Business and Cultural Events to Network, Learn and Relax
Networking and meeting people is essential when starting up or growing a business. Whether you like it or not, as a small business owner or as the person representing the business, you will have to get out of your shop, your lab or switch off the computer and talk to people. I mean face-to-face.Read More
Looking For Natural & Organic Hair Products For Your Hair? Read The Awesome Interview Of Bernadette James, Founder Of SimplyMoi!
Remember our super cool blog post on UK Black owned businesses written a couple of months ago? Back then we had featured SimplyMoi as one of the hottest website where you could buy natural and organic products. Well we just had a chat with energetic, inspired and delightful Bernadette James. And it goes a bit like this…Read More
Interview of Sandra Dodds, Founder of BlackHairBlackBeauty Natural Hair Salon in South London
Following the opening of their brand new natural hair salon in Norwood, South London, we briefly talked with Sandra Dodds, founder of Black Hair Black Beauty. You should hear what she has to say! Very inspiring!Read More
5 Quick Tips to De-stress As A Black Startup Entrepreneur
Our Founder and CEO Herve shares his experience on how to de-stress as a startup entrepreneur. This involve Palancing, brucking out and wining!
Creating a startup is a long, demanding and strenuous process that can leave even the strongest like a hollow shell, draining all you energy – your life! To be honest, this is not really surprising. As an entrepreneur, you probably have to deal with your day job to pay the bills and get you going whilst you hustle – in the best meaning of the word – evenings and weekends to grow your ‘side project’. If you are lucky enough to have secured angel/VC investment then this is another level of stress. Either way, you work a ridiculous amount of hours – even more if you are a black woman – fueled by passion and commitment.Read More
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