When it comes to entrepreneurship and owning your own– Black women are doing the damn thing! With one of the absolute highesting spending powers in the U.S., Black women are quickly making a name for themselves as both the consumer and the producer.
Being that November has been declared as national entrepreneurship month, we only saw it fit that we’d shine the light on four black women entrepreneurs that are bossing up and killing the entrepreneurship game this year. Check them out below!
Michelle Dalzon, Founder of The Black-Owned Market
Founder of The Black-Owned Market, Michelle Dalzon believes that it’s important to connect Black business owners with their target and intended audience through the marketplace.
Dr. Kristian Henderson, Founder of BLK + GRN
BLK + GRN is the ultimate online marketplace for all things natural—created by Black Artisans. Founder Dr. Kristian Henderson has made it her business to make sure Black women have access to higher quality and non-toxic products at a complete one-stop shop.
D’Andrea Harris, Owner of Dhair Boutique
It’s no secret that hair extensions have become the new norm in 2019—and hair guru and founder of Dhair Boutique, D’Andrea Harris thinks the same. Ranging from various textures, lengths and natural hair colors, make sure you’re subscribed to Dhair Boutique’s email list because they’re always having sales sis!
Shontay Lundy, founder of Black Girl Sunscreen
Founder and creator of Black Girl Sunscreen, Shontay Lundy is here to let us know that no matter how dark or light your skin tone is—sunscreen is an absolute must!