The future is built in Atlanta.
The history, culture, and soul of America was built by Black people. Our future will be no different. It’s happening in places like Atlanta, and all over, with businesses like these.
HONOR ROLL CLOTHING
“We proudly place ‘Made in Atlanta’ on all of our products because for us the city of Atlanta is more than a place, it is a culture. Atlanta’s history is full of change agents who sought to make this world a better place and here at Honor Roll Clothing our goal is the same.”
owner of Honor Roll Clothing
“Atlanta is like a family reunion on a farm. The farm is harvesting crops which are opportunities in the community of Atlanta.”
owner of iwi fresh
“Being a black business owner is a joy that we do not take lightly. It’s a dream lived in the present. It’s a gift to be able to do what we love on a daily basis. As a black business owner, we find creative ways to embrace our customers, support the community, and open doors for more black business owners to thrive.”
Brandi & Jermail Shelton
owners of just add honey
These businesses are building the future right here, right now. This is your chance to be a part of it.
A House Called Hue
A one-woman shop, A House Called Hue provides businesses with high-quality, low minimum access to design and custom embroidered branding.
Based in Duluth, GA. Master Stylist/Owner Morale provides her clients with an entire wellness experience – to exude beauty inside and out.
The Hylton Collection
Started as a hobby in 2000, owner Angela Hylton’s custom, natural gemstone wristwear has grown into a popular local business for anyone looking for good energy, and a little “Kandy” for their wrist.
All-natural gourmet potato chips with a secret 28-herb and spice blend. Symphony strives to empower their community with employment training through their own non-profit, and with healthy, delicious snacks for all.
What started as a journey to embrace our naturally kinky, curly hair turned into a beauty tech social enterprise, manufacturing high quality personal care products made with organic ingredients and zero waste operations.
A boutique personal and skincare company owned by a husband and wife team, Terry and Tony. They specialize in developing and formulating naturally-derived products, for men and women to rid our home and our bodies of man-made synthetics.
ERGJ Black Bazaar
An Afrocentric Marketplace specializing in Personal Care Products, African Imported Gifts, and Afrocentric Home Decor.
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