It is Friday and it is another day for the new episode of the Resilient Entrepreneurs series. If you missed the first episode in the Resilient Entrepreneurs season 2 series last week, you can read it before you continue. As with last week’s episode, we will showcase black-owned businesses and their owners and how you can get access to their products and services. If you are a new visitor to our blog, you should read about the entrepreneurs and businesses in season 1. Today’s edition is “The Resilient Entrepreneurs – Season 2 Episode 2”.
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Which Businesses Are We Showcasing This Week?
We are showcasing 3 black-owned businesses today. The businesses are:
- Bee Impressions,
- Korede’s Meals. and
- MoRstones Canada
1. Business Number 1 – Bee Impressions
What Products and Services Does Bee Impressions Offer?
Bee Impressions offer professional makeup services ranging from bridal to editorial. Also, they sell affordable luxury fashion jewellery and accessories.
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How To Patronize Bee Impressions?
Potential customers can order their products via the business’ website.
You can reach Bee Impressions through any of the contact information below:
- Website- www.beeimpressions.com
- Instagram: @bee_impressions
- Facebook: @bee_impressions_jewelry
2. Business Number 2 – Korede’s Meals
Kemi Ajayi is the Chief Lunch Maker at Korede’s Meals. and she lives in Calgary, Alberta. She is passionate about bringing goodness to her community and to as many communities as she can. She does this by encouraging healthy eating and inspiring people to be kind and helpful to others. The business is located in Calgary, Alberta.
What Products Does Korede’s Meals Sell?
Korede’s Meals sells 30 Day Inspirational Notecards. This allows you to connect with your children and loved ones by sending them love and positivity each day. Also, they sell Lunch Accessories Kits (Inspire, Discover and Bloom) that are complete with time-saving tools. This ensures that you and your child can prep lunches in a fun, and safe way.
How To Patronize Korede’s Meals?
- Website – www.KoredesMeals.com
- Sending an email to Hello@KoredesMeals.com
- Sending us a message via Instagram or Facebook
- Website – www.KoredesMeals.com
- Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/
- Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/
- LinkedIn – https://www.linkedin.com/
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3. Business Number 3 – MoRstones Canada
The brain behind MoRstones Canada is Olatundun Sanusi. MoRstones Canada is located in Regina, Saskatchewan Canada.
What Products and Services Does MoRstones Canada Offer?
MoRstones Canada is an online bling shop that specializes in customized rhinestone T-shirts. With high-quality rhinestones, they customize T-shirts for all occasions; birthdays, photoshoots, bridal showers, baby showers, wedding after-party, girls’ trips and hangouts etc. Also, they inscribe business names & logos, and pretty much everything you can think of.
Whether it is 1, 10 or 50 T-shirts, MoRstones Canada will take your request from concept to design, creatively bringing all to reality with rhinestones. Because they got you, there is a 5% – 10% discount on bulk orders.
How To Patronize MoRstones Canada?
Potential customers can order for their service via Whatsapp (+1-306-518-3226) and their website.
You can reach out to MoRstones Canada through the contact information below:
- WhatApp number: +1-306-518-3226
- Website: https://morstones.com/
- Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MoRstonesCanada/
- Instagram handle: @morstonescanada
Final Thoughts On The Resilient Entrepreneurs – Season 2 Episode 2
Save the contact details of these businesses and patronize them when you need their services and / or products. You can go one step further by referring customers to them. And finally, if you like this “The Resilient Entrepreneurs” series, share this post and other posts in the series with your friends. Let’s work together to support the small businesses in our community.
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