A recently launched website, Support Black Owned, is offering black entrepreneurs and black communities a revolutionary platform for economic growth and prosperity. This, as the website is positioning itself to act as a major advertising hub to promote black owned businesses, while rallying the support of the black community to ensure the dollars stay in their neighborhoods.
New Website Hands Black Businesses and Communities a Lifeline to Growth Miami, FL, April 21, 2015 –(PR.com)– The management of the Support Black Owned website, Lee Alliance Inc., recently announced the launch of its new and innovative website. The website provides a common platform through which African Americans and other black minority groups can connect, bond and transact business as entrepreneurs and consumers. The management says, “The site is a black business directory with a Facebook like network platform.” Support Black Owned offers a channel for black business owners to promote their businesses. At the same time, the website is designed to attract black consumers to join the network and to purchase goods and services from businesses listed on the platform.
Support Black Owned showcases a wide array of businesses and provides owners with valuable exposure within the black community. Speaking to the benefits which the network affords black owned businesses, spokesperson for Lee Alliance Incorporated says, “If you’re looking for more exposure for your business, we can help. When you sign up for an account and list your business, we will share your listing on social media sites. So from the first day you join we begin to help your business grow,” the spokesperson notes.
The community of black consumers will also benefit from joining the Support Black Owned network. The network offers a one-stop-shop where customers can find all the products and services they need. It is also a channel for black business owners and consumers to bond and support each other in ways that fuel growth and prosperity within the black community. “When you support a black owned business you are helping the whole community. The dollars you spend tend to circulate more throughout the neighborhood in the form of new employment,” spokesperson of Support Black Owned explains. “You can also rate and review the companies to let others know how well they did,” the spokesperson adds.
Becoming a member of the Support Black Owned network is free to all businesses and customers. The site offers free promotions for new business listings. All businesses have the option pay a small fee for upgrading their business listing which allows them even more exposure. And, businesses and customers have access to helpful tips and other useful information, via the network.
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