As we celebrate the Black History month, I want to implore our readers to support black-owned businesses. One way to support is to help the startups and entrepreneurs in our community grow their brand. In 2020, I consciously patronized a number of businesses and I am happy to share “some” of these businesses with you. These entrepreneurs delivered WOW services and products and I am confident that you won’t regret transacting business with them. Their customer service was impeccable, going above and beyond, needless to say I’ll definitely be patronizing them again. So, I present to you 25 Black-Owned businesses to support this black history month.
I encourage you to support at least one business per day by simply following, liking, commenting, and/or patronizing them. Since we are sharing this with you on the 5th of February, I will start my list from today and this will run till 28th of February, 2021.
So, find below – 25 “Tried, Tested and Trusted” Nigerian Entrepreneurs in Canada, in no particular order. These are black-owned businesses to support this season. Each number contains the brand’s Instagram handle, my review, a date in February that you should support their business and the link to their Instagram pages.
This is sweet and savoury snack. But be sure to add the ginger flavour to your order (5th February). The IG page is https://instagram.com/
This is for your ready to wear fashion plug. Also, they are very affordable pieces. She sells jewelry too. (11th February) – https://instagram.com/aduni_
This is for custom print on pretty much everything. she’s great at what she does. (12th February). Visit her IG page at https://www.instagram.com/
Another one on my list of black-owned businesses to support is @Spoonishyyc. This is for her grills and finger licking meals. I mean they don’t call her the grill queen for nothing. (13th February) – https://instagram.com/
This is for home-made meals lovers. Please order her box of meals and remember to include her signature salad and you’ll be so glad you did. (17th February). You can visit her IG at https://instagram.com/spoonly_
This is an Afro-Caribbean online store for all your food stuff and more. (18th February). To patronize her, visit her IG page at https://instagram.com/ugonwas_
Her Bamboo koala towel is the best thing you can gift a baby. So, throw in the nursing pads and wash clothes and you’ll make a new mum super happy! (19th February). To order her products, visit her IG page at https://instagram.com/
This is your your plug for all things hair accessories! (28th February). Her IG page is at https://instagram.com/julapri_
Until next time guys, let’s go support these black businesses! In addition, check my series on black-owned businesses to support. Meanwhile, follow me on Instagram to learn more about the great businesses we have in our community.
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