(BPRW) Sharifah Hardie launches campaign to raise $1.5 billion for local black businesses | Press Releases


(BPRW) Sharifah Hardie launches campaign to raise $1.5 billion for local black businesses

Black entrepreneurs can now grow their business with the help of crowdfunding platform, SupportMyBlackBusiness.org.

(Black PR Wire) Sharifah Hardie today announced the launch of Support My Black Business, a crowdfunding platform designed solely to help local black businesses raise funds, and plans to raise $1.5 billion dollars on the newly launched platform to help black businesses keep their doors open.

The repercussions of the global pandemic are not yet over, especially for black entrepreneurs who are struggling to grow their businesses. Businesses need financial support to survive the fierce competition and ever-changing economic scenario due to the continuous random outbreaks of COVID.

In a situation where entrepreneurs are struggling to get their loans approved or obtain funding from other sources, regulatory crowdfunding platforms have found a boon. Crowdfunding platforms make it easier for companies to break down barriers. They help sustain livelihoods, emergencies, communities, and they play a major role in reducing gross economic inequality!

The real challenge, however, is educating entrepreneurs about crowdfunding platforms, raising awareness and helping businesses get the most out of them. Education and motivation are key – businesses need to understand that crowdfunding helps and will help grow their business.

Through Support My Black Business, Ms. Hardie encourages people to join hands and do their best to help the black community thrive. Support My Black Business allows business owners to start a campaign, tell their own story and start the fundraising process.

At the same time, business owners are encouraged to promote themselves, talk about their mission goals, display their abilities, and use the most appealing words so that the audience understands their abilities and is willing to donate. .

Donations of any size are allowed and all donations go directly to the business owner.

“During a global pandemic, 41% of black businesses closed countywide. Nearly half a million businesses have disappeared. They don’t work anymore, and we didn’t have as many black businesses to start with,” says Support my black business Founder Sharifah Hardie.

“I knew I had to do something. I had no idea what to do. Then I watched a video online about these three black sisters who owned an ice cream shop. Their business was in trouble. They were about to sink. They went to their father and asked him what to do. Their father encouraged them to create a GoFundMe page. The sisters were embarrassed. They felt like begging by asking people to give them money. Their dad told them they were crowdfunding and letting people help them or they were going out of business. These were their options. They listened to their dad, raised almost $30,000.00 and are still in business to this day. I knew then that if it could work for these sisters, it could work for more sisters and brothers across America and Support My Black Business was born!

To create a campaign or donate, visit: https://www.SupportMyBlackBusiness.org today!

For interviews, contact Sharifah Hardie at [email protected]

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About Sharifah Hardie:

Sharifah Hardie is a successful and renowned business consultant, influencer, president from Southern California black chamber of commerce – Long Beach area, candidate for SenateChief Editor at Long Beach Black NewsCEO of TV computer – Intellectual Television, Founder of Black guest list and a talk show host.

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