Black Rich Listings will provide a categorized listing of Black-owned businesses while also providing businesses with grants, business classes, vendor lists, and tutorials.
New York, NY — During a time where the world is on high alert surrounding racism, cultural disparities, and social injustice, steps are being taken to highlight and support Black businesses in ways like never before. Seeing the need to streamline this process, entrepreneur Franny Crooks created the Black Rich Listings directory as a place where consumers can patronize and support categorized Black-owned businesses with a few simple clicks.
Unlike other business directories that simply provide contact information, Black Rich Listings will give back to registered businesses by providing free and low-cost promotional opportunities, business grants and resources, vendor lists, tutorials provided by other black professionals, networking events, and exclusive retreats.
“I wanted to focus on the benefits that businesses will receive when registering. I need to give back to them because that is the only way we can grow as a culture. There are so many great business owners who may not always get the support they need so I hope that Black Rich Listings will change that by providing business owners with a community and resources to win,” says Franny Crooks, Founder.
Black Rich Listings is scheduled to go live on September 15, 2020, and will offer a tiered membership platform with fees paid annually. International Black businesses who ship products and service the United States may also register their businesses and receive the same support.
For more information and to register your business, please visit BlackRichListings.com and follow them on Instagram @blackrichlistings
Black Rich Listings is passionate about seeing the success of Black businesses and for that reason, we want to support you in more ways than just adding your business to our directory. We plan on pouring back into Black Businesses who registered with us by doing Business Grant Giveaways, Business Classes, Business Networking Events, Business Retreats, and more. Black businesses have the least amount of support and mentorship and we want to change that one business at a time.
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Journalist and Entrepreneur Franny Crooks Creates Black-Owned Business Directory Called ‘Black Rich Listings’