Black women’s Side Hustle Space.

Welcome to The Side Hustle Space – for Black women start ups and side hustlers to partner, support and buy from each other. Also a space for allies find and support Black women led businesses.

Black women start ups

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 Start-up/Side Hustle 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 Black Women’s Side Hustle 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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