Black Good was started as a way to showcase and celebrate the hard work, dedication, and
resilience of black business owners in America.
Black business owners across the globe need to have the drive and determination to not only face countless setbacks like reduced funding and societal prejudice, but also carry the weight of building up and growing the wealth and future of their community.
With your support, we hope that Black Good will create a national platform that can help create a thriving African-American community by giving a voice to black business owners everywhere.
What makes Black Good unique?
We’re Funding Black-Owned Businesses
Black Good is our way of contributing to our community. By giving black business owners a platform where they can leverage their brands, products, and services, we hope to create a strong and steady flow of funds that can be funneled directly into black-owned businesses and communities.
We’re creating a community
Black Good is built on a solid foundation of solidarity, determination, and pride. We’re connecting black business-owners, customers, and creatives to create a sprawling network of people who are committed to seeing the black community thrive. Our social media channels, various platforms, and official directory are specifically aimed at people who are willing to pledge their money in support of black-owned businesses in America.
We’re empowering through education
We believe that one way of keeping black-owned businesses alive is by creating more of them. Black Good provides African-Americans with invaluable skills, tools, and resources that they can use to create their own successful businesses. From conception to launch, they have our full support, and we hope that with time, they’ll have yours.
A Brand On A Mission For Change
Despite global progress towards a more diverse, inclusive and equal world, it’s clear that we still have a long way to go. As more than 26 million protesters can attest, racism and racial inequality are still alive and frightfully well in our society. The Black Lives Matter movement may very well be the largest movement that U.S. history has ever seen, and just like BLM, Black Good is on a mission to prove that black voices, lives, and businesses matter.
A cornerstone is the very first stone that’s placed when building a new foundation. Each and every other stone will be placed in reference to the first – which means that that one stone determines the strength and position of the entire structure.
The core belief that our platform is built on is that black-owned businesses deserve the same level of financial, economic, and societal support as our competitors. We also believe that our community deserves the same level of security, prosperity, and progress as every other community – and we need your help to achieve it.
Interested in adding your brand or service? Black Good welcomes newly created businesses along with established brands that are black-owned. Visit our how it works page for more information.
Meet the Founder
With the death of George Floyd on May 25, three words permeated our culture – “I can’t breath.” I decided my doing in this situation would be to unite African-Americans across the world in business. It’s a step towards our own economic empowerment as a people. This is how Black Good was born.
Andrea Hardison is an entrepreneur and tech industry leader living in Washington, DC.
Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org