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Welcome to the North Texas Black Owned Business Directory and Resource Guide. A Diverse Business network that has been created to meet a variety of business needs nationwide. Our Mission is to empower people who want to connect with Black owned businesses, Black owned banks, black owned restaurants, Black healthcare providers and engage in Black Enterprise on a new level in2019.
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Why Patronize Black Owned Businesses

According to the U.S. Census Bureau, there are approximately 2.6 million black-owned businesses in this country. While the growth is encouraging, receipts for all minority-owned firms are still well below the receipts for white-owned firms. A huge problem is that despite a collective buying power of $1.3 Trillion dollars, very little of that money stays in Black communities or is spent on Black-owned businesses.
Research has found that a dollar circulates in Asian communities for approximately 30 days, in Jewish communities 20 days, in white communities 17 days, and in Hispanic communities 7 days. In contrast, a dollar circulates in the Black community only six hours.

Furthermore, just 2 cents of every dollar an African-American spends in this country goes to Black-owned businesses.  In her book, "Our Black Year: One Family's Quest to Buy Black in America's Racially Divided Economy", Maggie Anderson recounts her experiences patronizing black-owned businesses while highlighting the challenges many black businesses face (black businesses lag behind all other businesses in every measure of success).

Research has found that if higher-income Black consumers spend at least $1 out of every $10 with Black-owned businesses, it would generate one million jobs for African Americans.

Knowing how much of an impact supporting black business can make, how do we go about supporting them?

Well, the North Texas Black Business Directory wants to provide some increased visibility into the often overlooked options available in the Black Business community. Our goal is to be an easily accessible place to find Black owned businesses that offer products and services you need.

I hope you will help us and join us in showcasing the various options available throughout the Black community.

New Additions

Be sure visit our Healthcare Professionals, page where we have added new listings under optomologist. Other notable new listings Real Estate ServicesFood Services. Be sure to visit our Newspapers Page.

Thank you for visiting our website.

We are looking to make our site a better resource for people looking to contact with Black owned businesses. If you have an idea on how we can make this site better, please contact us here:

Is there a business industry that is missing here? Let us know by clicking here: and sending us an email with the topic missing industry.

Where Can You
Find Me

There are some businesses that we have added but we have not added a page for. If you are looking for something and you don't see a page, refer to our resources page.
Some the businesses listed on our resources page include:

Building/Construction Services,
Merchant Services,
Mobile Bartending,
Pet Food,
Printing Services,
Shoe Repair,

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If you are looking for unique gifts and products offerings from some of the best up and coming women owned businesses, visit our shopping and retail section on our shop page. We have added links to over 30 retail sites owned and operated by Black women.
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