Small Business
Business Entrepreneurs Industry Business small business owner Small Business Tips

Dr. Key Hallmon Creates The Village Market ATL For Black Business Owners to be Successful

Dr. Key Hallmon Creates The Village Market ATL For Black Business Owners to be Successful

Dr. Key Hallmon realized that her friends needed a platform to start their business, she acted by creating The Village Market ATL. The Village Market ATL provides opportunities for black business owners to present their products and services to prospective consumers.

Dr. Hallmon and her team also offer free master classes on financial literacy and the growth of entrepreneurship to serve as a platform for entrepreneurs to start. They also use the event as an opportunity to expose those attending to foods and holistic products based on plants.

The mission of the Village Market ATL is to support socially conscious, community-minded, black entrepreneurs and black-owned startups ‘ sustainability. Currently based in Atlanta, the Village Market hosts three big markets each year, one in the spring, one in the summer, and a Black Friday Festival, scheduled for Nov. 29, 2019.

Related posts

Meet the First Black-Owned Graphics Design Company in the Midwest

ace

Faridath Dibawssette Develops The First Hybrid Beauty Product For Dark-Skinned Women

demoblog

Danielle Mcgee Launches Program To Support Black-Owned Businesses

demoblog

QuickBooks provides small businesses with AI-driven technologies

demoblog

Zulu Ali’s Law Firm, a Black-Owned Law Firm, Has Been Listed By Attorney And Practice Magazine as One of The Top 10 Law Firms in California in The Fields of Criminal Defense and Immigration Law

demoblog

Smart Manufacturing Company Owned by a Black Woman Makes Profit of $25k Monthly

demoblog

Leave a Comment

* By using this form you agree with the storage and handling of your data by this website.

This website uses cookies to improve your experience. We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. Accept Read More

Privacy & Cookies Policy
1 Shares
Share
Tweet
Pin1
Share
Email