Below are a few outstanding black woman-owned businesses I’ve had the opportunity to interview.
I appreciate what you’re doing in using your platform to help get the word out. There’s lots of spectacular small business owners out here doing great work, yet struggling financially because not enough people know they exist.
If you’d like to speak to any of these business owners, let me know and I can put you directly in touch with them.
DeShuna is a dynamo. She’s doing the impossible with KweliTV, which is kinda like a black Netflix. Visit KweliTV.tv for more info.
For more on Cherry Blossom Intimates, you can click here. They just opened in November, so please help them get their business off the ground. They are literally saving lives with their emphasis on breast cancer screening and awareness for women of color, who breast cancer takes out at a ridiculously high and unnecessary rate.
Berri helps people in the 45 and up demographic who find themselves needing to search for a job. It’s rough out here for everyone, and even more so for those who are 50-plus. Lots of those people haven’t had to look for a job in years, so they need to learn quite a bit about how to conduct a job search. You can click here to see more from Berri.
This is just a few of the business owners. There’s more to see at LenzyRuffin.com/womenshistory, which is a Women’s History Month project I did to try to help women business owners get the word out about their businesses.
And last, but not least, I’d like to promote my business as a quality veteran-owned business. Below, I’ll include a couple of examples of my Family Lifestyle photography work:
You can see more of my Family Lifestyle work at LenzyRuffin.com.
I also have a commercial photography website you can see at ParkRoadStudios.com.
I publish those Small Business Spotlight videos on my business blog, which you can see here. I decided to make that an ongoing weekly series, so if you’d like to see those small business videos as they come out, be sure to subscribe to the blog.