National Black Business Month was created in 2004 by historian John William Templeton and engineer Frederick E. Jordan Sr. to bring attention to the needs of more than two million Black-owned businesses operating across America.
Black Business Month is celebrated annually during the month of August, as a time when individuals and businesses recognize Black-owned businesses across the country.
During Black Business Month, local government officials, community leaders and venture capitalists are encouraged to focus efforts on supporting Black-owned businesses and creating a more hospitable environment in which Black-owned businesses can grow. Black businesses are essential to the people and communities they serve and operate in.
- Access a variety of resources, services, events and more for business owners.
- Read the Black World Guide. A directory of Black-owned businesses, civic, social and professional organizations
Take part in a Black-owned business community event or workshop.
- Join us for an exciting evening at the Miami-Dade County’s Support BOB 305 Launch Event. This event is your chance to show your support for the local business community, access valuable resources and celebrate Support BOB 305, an initiative to promote local Black-owned businesses and foster economic growth in Miami-Dade County.
6 p.m. – Aug. 4
Historic Virginia Key Beach Park
4020 Virginia Beach Drive
Miami, FL 33149
Reserve a spot
- Come out and support local Black Businesses, enjoy music from our in house DJ, food trucks and attractions for everyone to enjoy.
4 p.m. – Aug. 6
The NoMi Village
12351 NW 7th Ave.
North Miami, FL 33168
Reserve a spot
Originally published at https://www.miamidade.gov/global/news-item.page?Mduid_news=news1658841777203700