BlackBusinessPal has announced plans to launch an online business directory that will help give major exposure to minority-owned businesses across America.
BlackBusinessPal wants to rival directories like Yelp and Angie’s List by targeting a niche market often overlooked by both websites.
BlackBusinessPal’s goal is to highlight everything from mom and pop shops to corporations.
The website which was in the testing phase can be found at www.BlackBusinessPal.com. The official launch of the site was held during the All Black National Conference on October 1st, 2017 at Simmons College.
With the initial launch, founder and CEO Richard Rowland, Jr. said, “We have to get it out of our heads that being successful is rocket science. We all have dreams. In order to make those dreams come to reality, it takes an awful lot of determination, dedication, self-discipline, and effort.”
In a time when Black-owned businesses are thriving, most don’t have a marketing budget to reach their audiences. This website will create easier access for those businesses and their potential customers. The directory will offer a plethora of businesses that reach across various industries.
BlackBusinessPal’s purpose is to set the standard and raise the bar for online directories, which will ultimately drive the black economy forward.
To learn more about BlackBusinessPal or have your business listed, contact email@example.com