Black Business Owners of Florida

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Black Business Owners of Florida aka BBOFlorida was started in the beginning of 2020 with the aim to connect and mobilize Black Entrepreneurs so they’re aware of resources, tools, practices and other individuals who are there are to support the growth of the Black Business eco-system across the state of Florida.

Latest Articles

Miami businessman teaches kids credit with a new mobile app

If you’re concerned about effectively teaching your child how to intelligently handle money, don’t worry. There’s now an app for that. “Kiddie Kredit,” a Miami...

Creatives: Master Adobe’s full suite of design tools now for $34

Whether you’re a hobbyist or a digital content professional, you’ve undoubtedly crossed paths with the Adobe Creative Cloud suite of programs. Its programs have...

9 types of businesses that thrive in a pandemic

We’ve stocked up on the toilet paper and the refrigerators are full...for now. Banded together in isolation from 2020's strange twist of events, it’s...

Meet the CEO who raised $31 million for Black entrepreneurs in Florida

Meet Inez Long, president and CEO of the Black Business Investment Fund (BBIF), a non-profit, mission-driven, Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI) that helps Florida businesses...

FAMU’s MSW program director and students win $1.2 million grant

Gari D. Tookes, director of Florida A&M University's Master of Social Work program, recently represented the university to accept a grant from the Florida...

6 Black Owned Cleaning Products Businesses That Will Help You Sanitize Your Home and Workplace

Due to the Corona virus outbreak, many of us are now, more than ever, compelled to sanitize our surroundings and our bodies. We’ve compiled a...

Jay-Z and Kevin Hart plan to invest ‘Hungry’s $20 million Series B’

Hip-hop’s first billionaire, Shawn “Jay-Z” Carter, and comedian, Kevin Hart team up to invest in Hungry’s $20 million Series B  along with some NFL players. Hungry connects...

Rappers help promote Miami snack company Rap Snacks

Rap Snacks uses rappers and other recording artists to promote its treats — often prominently featuring them on its packaging. The $5-million-a-year company, which...
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