THIS SH*T IS FOR US! - Black Female Entrepreneurs - Part 2

THIS SH*T IS FOR US! - Black Female Entrepreneurs - Part 2

THIS SH*T IS FOR US! - Black Female Entrepreneurs - Part 2

What's up boho gang!
We're back with another post, this time all about Black Female Entrepreneurs
In our previous post we discussed black entrepreneurship and black ownership and why it is so important to us.
In this post as promised we will be highlighting and celebrating black female entrepreneurs and black female business owners who are killing it in the game right now and really slaying in their lane.


Name: Courtney Adeleye
Profession: Founder and CEO of Manechoice.
Manechoice is a hair and beauty brand that offers a comprehensive methodology to achieving beautiful healthy hair through infusing hair care products with vitamins and essential nutrients such as Biotin, Vitamin A, B, C, D, & E and more.

Name: Sharmadean Reid
Profession: Entrepreneur and Founder of Wah Nails.
Wah nails is a nail and beauty salon for millennials and those alike. Taking its inspiration from a unique blend of fashion, street style, art and technology Wah Nails caters to the fashion forward who love nail art.

Name: Ade Hassan

Profession: Founder of Nubian Skin
Nubian Skin is an innovative and trailblazing lingerie and hosiery brand. Catering to women of colour, Nubian Skin provides essential nude bra and skin tone hosiery and lingerie. 


Name: Anne-Marie Imafidon

Profession: Co-Founder at Stemettes
Stemettes is a social enterprise which encourages girls aged between 5-22 years of age to pursue careers in Science, Technology. Engineering and Maths, or STEM

These are just a few black female entrepreneurs exhibiting black female excellence and black female ownership through their craft and through their innovative businesses that they have built from the ground up.

These ladies' businesses are not all in the category of hair and beauty but nonetheless you only have to read about some of these women's journeys and stories to be empowered and inspired. So grab a cup of tea, some coffee, sit chill and soak in the Black Girl Magic.


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