Black owned businesses across the world will henceforth have access to a wider market for their wares, especially in Europe.
It follows the launch of the First UK Black Business Marketplace, called Densu Online.
The lack of platforms for Black businesses in the UK has partly limited their exposure and prospects for expansion.
But the new platform will afford black entrepreneurs the opportunity to showcase their skills and products to the world.
Chief Executive Officer of the Densu Online Market place, Bernard Adjei says he is highly confident the all black marketplace will bridge the gap between producers and their respective customers.
“So with this, they already have the ability to reach a much wider audience. So for audience in Ghana buy liquid isotretinoin they have an ability to talk to and engage with other industry experts in the UK.”
“They also have the opportunity to build their brand and expand their brand in the UK to be able to compete with much bigger businesses,” he stated.
Mr. Adjei further urged all start-ups and yet to be known ones to jump on board the black business market to enjoy a wider space of trading.
“It’s definitely the right place for startups because we have experts and the resources to help expand small businesses to grow.”
The UK Black Business Market place has since its inception, registered over 75 businesses.
By: Jessica Ayorkor Aryee/citibusinessnews.com/Ghana.