WhereU is a local business search app with a real-time leaderboard of black owned businesses across categories, ranked by peer-to-peer referral counts. Looking for black owned businesses in our community? What about a plumber? A dentist? A hair stylist, barber or the best caterer? Did you relocate and now need new referrals for the best service providers? WHEREU is your best guide when looking for pros or services. For different services such as house cleaning, plumbing, catering, lawyers, doctors, graphic designers, restaurants, beauty salons and more, WHEREU helps you start your search among the most trusted African American and Latino professionals and businesses.
8 Aug 16 / 11:28 am
It is not a secret among races and various groups such as Latinos, Asians, Caucasians, and Middle Easterners that putting money “where you came from,” can prove to be a lucrative business. The questions that beg to be asked, “Why can’t the same be done in the black community and why is it important to put your money “where you came from”? The answers are simple. The first answer is “yes, we most certainly can!”
8 Aug 16 / 7:52 am
By sharing time and relevant information about the history and accomplishments of Black people while offering solutions to improve the community's well-being, Afri-Ware has distinguished itself as a beacon for cultural literacy, thought and activism.
14 Jul 16 / 7:41 am
SanTrac Technologies provides an array of customer focused information technology services and products, such as computer sales, repair, networking and technical installation services while utilizing an ethical and motivated workforce to provide complete customer satisfaction.
I am a young African American female kidpreneur. I sew zippered pouches, I make my bags out of love. I always look forward to making people happy. My business is internet based. I have been able to place my bags in one local store. A portion of the proceeds go to The Karen Wellington Foundation to help women living with Breast Cancer.
For More Information about the Karen Wellington Foundation you can visit http://karenwellingtonfoundation.org. I thought of this idea because, my mom was diagnosed with Breast Cancer in 2014. So I wanted to help other people and their families that are going through the same journey my family went through. I want to teach young people that it is important to give back.