These online directories can help you find Black-owned business partners, suppliers and contractors
The MinorityBiz Marketplace website offers a 51-page directory to find, compare, and hire minority and black-owned businesses across the United States to meet your business needs.
It’s not the only directory that tries to shine a light on black professionals and their businesses.
Here is a list of online directories to help you find the right black-owned business partners for your needs. We will continue to update this list as we find more resources.
Official Black Wall Street
Official Black Wall Street hosts a variety of local and online consumer products as well as business services, such as consulting, event planning and insurance.
We buy black
We Buy Black is a marketplace for all your consumer goods needs, like cleaning supplies, snacks, and books. Sellers who want to sell their products on the site can quickly migrate their stores from Etsy or Shopify.
When you need to hire a contractor or supplier, Black Directory provides comprehensive listings that you can narrow down by category. For example, the site currently lists 1,593 black lawyers and 1,493 black accountants.
The list of black companies
The Black Business List hosts an extensive directory of Black entrepreneurs and professionals in a variety of industries and services, from consulting and IT products to financial services and social media marketing.
In addition to selling hair products, body care, and home goods, 4theCultr hosts a directory of supplies to help prevent the spread of COVID-19, like masks and gloves.
Support Black Eats
Support Black Eats uses a Google Map guide to black-owned restaurants, cafes and bars in major cities across the country.