Black women’s Start-up & Side Hustle Connection Space.

Welcome to The Connection Space – for Black women to partner, support and buy from each other. 

We’re now seeing more Black women creating businesses and start-ups. Whether it’s hair and beauty or business coaching and skills, there isn’t a sector where you won’t find Black women blazing a trail. We also know the difficulties we still sometimes face. Barriers of racism and having the right connections impact and affect our businesses. During tough times, like recessions or a pandemic, these struggles are intensified. Finding business opportunities and making money can create more battles.

Creating connection and support

While I’ve been building Afrowoman online and the digital community, I know how it helps to have connection and support from like-minded women. Especially if we buy from eachother, partner and support eachother. A lot of us are doing great things and economic struggles may be affecting our efforts. This is the space for us Black women start-ups and side hustlers to connect with eachother.

Get your listing on the Connection Space

So if you’re interested in being listed in the space below, please send a message via the contact form on this page saying – “I’d like to be added to the Connection Space”. Please add your company name, brief description about your product or service and contact details, e.g. email address or social media handle. I look forward to seeing you in the Connection Space soon 🙂

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Beauty:

Simply Esntls

Lipglosses and Eyelashes

Simply Esntls

Contact details:

www.simplyesntls.com

enquiries@simplyesntls.com

Instagram: @simplyesntls

Campaigns

World Afro Day – Celebrating Afro hair and diversity

Worldafroday

HR Specialists:

Denise Sanderson-Estcourt, FCIPD – Multi-activity HR Professional

Picture Denise

Mimie Wallace

Helping Small Business Owners in Architecture and Design avoid ‘being taken to the cleaners’ with HR Support Packages.

Mimie picture

Magazines & Publishing:

Cocoa girl mag:
The FIRST Black Girl Magazine In The UK

Cocoa Girl Mag

Modelling:

Models of Diversity

Advocating for diversity in models – all shapes, ages & sizes and abilities

Models of diversity

Contact details:

www.modelsofdiversity.org

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