Black British Businesses You Can Support Today

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As part of Black History Month, we’ve compiled a list of five Black British businesses you can support today

This Black History Month, there’s a lot you can do to support the Black community. But, one of the simplest and most effective ways is to support Black business owners. So, if you’d like to support some of the best small Black businesses in the country, take a look at some of our favourites.

Black British Bussinesses you can support this Black History Month

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Dorcas Creates

Dorcas Creates is a UK-based illustration brand that designs uplifting and bold products celebrating Black women, including greeting cards, prints, and jewellery. Their pieces capture Black girl joy and Black womanhood. 

The artist behind the brand is Dorcas Magbadelo, a self-taught artist taking elements from her Nigerian heritage to create vibrant designs.

Visit their website here.

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Kazvare Made It

Kazvare Made It is a creative illustration lab that creates homeware, accessories and stationery. Kazvare has worked with brands like Adidas, Tate Modern, and O2 on large-scale events. They also sell pop culture-influenced prints, homewares, and books online.

Visit their website here.

Black British Bussinesses you can support this Black History Month

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Naked Clay Ceramics

Naked Clay Ceramics is inspired by the natural colours and textures of the earth, a collection of quiet, tactile, minimal-style tableware and homeware in black stoneware and white porcelain.

Carla Sealey makes everything in Naked Clay Ceramics at her studio in Bedfordshire. Her range includes stoneware mugs, plates, wildflower vases, and neutral hues that combine hand-building and slip-casting clay.

Sealey’s pieces don’t conform to the symmetrical perfection found in factory-made items, making each of these individual and unique.

The pieces are fired with no glaze on the outside so that the clay can feel appreciated and natural, to provide their owners with a tactile connection and the opportunity to pause, breathe and savor a small moment in life.

She hand makes a limited number of items 3 to 4 times a year available online and at events, with each small batch crafted with care.

Visit their website here.

Black British Bussinesses you can support this Black History Month

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Our Lovely Goods

Our Lovely Goods is an Aberdeen-based, family-run business that sells natural, hand-crafted wax and soy candles, ethical skincare, botanical body butter and hand balms. 

Our Lovely Goods was founded by End and Emmanuel. Their business celebrates their Nigerian heritage and the feeling of home. 

The company also hosts workshops, which involve creating their own candles, facial mists, body scrubs, events, and private parties. They even have their own book right now.

Visit their website here.

Our Lovely Goods

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Tribal Unicorn

Tribal Unicorn is a home for all candle lovers, especially vegan, ethically-source luxury fragrances.

Tribal Unicorn started as a hobby for Angelica “GeGe” Louise, who then turned it into a full-time business in East London. They use the highest quality fragrance oils, essential oils, and wax. Plus, tier candles have vibrantly playful designs. 

They also have free UK shipping for orders over £60

Visit their website here.

Tribal Unicorn

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Sebastian Calderon

Sebastian is a wordsmith and B2B SaaS article writer & scriptwriter for podcasts, channels and social media. He also writes for finance, entertainment and motivational clients. In his spare time, you can find him coming up with ways to improve his mental health.
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Sebastian is a wordsmith and B2B SaaS article writer & scriptwriter for podcasts, channels and social media. He also writes for finance, entertainment and motivational clients. In his spare time, you can find him coming up with ways to improve his mental health.