Black businesses in Boston in the news

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Our BlackBoston.com Platform has over 100 contact sheets of Black-owned trade and professional companies in the Greater Boston and Massachusetts area. Homeowners are getting quotes for jobsthey need done. The business directory is an excellent source for referrals and hard to find Black-owned specialists companies.

JOB OPENINGS – a national Black IT firm is seeking to hire a salesperson in the Boston area. view job description

BECMA is holding another Black Business Expo inviting Black business owners to rent booths and display what you sell and do to buyers from education, government, bio science industries, technology, healhcare and more. Buy investing in your visibility at the show, you gather prospects, customers and future partners Sign Up Here.

Oct 2, 1-6 p.m. BLACK MARKET NUBIAN presents NUBIANA, the final installation titled AFROBEATS in Nubian Square outdoors. See the featured artwork of Cedric Douglas, creator and founder of UP TRUCK. View the large scale museum quality buildiig murals made by local artists. Experience the best of AfroBeats and AfroHouse music and over 20 vendors and the Black Coalition Beer and Wine garden. The location is behind Nubian Gallery and the Black Market buildings on Washington street.

SBA, the US Small Business Administration is encouraging small business owners who haven’t done so yet to apply for the EIDL loan and see if you qualify by working in a targeted area where they send $10,000 grants. The short form application for the benefit is asking to verify that you are a registered business and has been in business since certain cut off dates in 2019 and 2020. The amount provided is virtually guaranteed, especially if you filed a Schedule C or other business tax return. They will award you double the amount on your Sch C line that shows Gross Profit before expenses/ You have until Dec 31 to get it Apply here.

Black Boston Tweets, an official Twitter channel about commerce, trade and current events special to African Americans and Blacks in Boston (BIPOC) is published everyday here.

AMAZON created a business unit to fund, accelerate, incubate and scale Black-owned businesses located on the Amazon platform. The policy is a mix of services and resources designed to help the business and grow Amazon’s participation in America’s Black economy.Their Black Business Accelerator (BBA) could help the economic equity Black entrepreneurs are aiming for. It is a resource for entrepreneurs and business leaders.  Amazon tested the concept in the market before making a splashy launch to the world.


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