We are a collaboration of small black-owned businesses across the U.S. Together we build a community that's serious about building their brand while pouring into other small businesses. We encourage ALL entrepreneurs to join Black Wall Street Online (BWSO) whether you have merchandise to sell or a service that you provide. If you're looking for other like-minded businesses owners look no further.
As we grow, we will continue to walk alongside those who are causing "Good Trouble" and is fighting for racial equality for our black and brown sisters and brothers. We welcome you.
Why shouldn't you join? Black Wall Street Online want to see small businesses grow. The owner has always been a firm believer in supporting small businesses before the birth of Black Wall Street Online. We support and promote all of our "registered businesses" before we seek outside of our community.
To all of the small black-owned businesses that have trusted their businesses with us even when you're in another state. BWSO is run by a black woman who loves CHRIST and tries not to judge others who don't believe or see things the way she sees them but is thankful for every individual and business that is within our network. She prays nothing but much success for each registered business, especially the youth entrepreneurs.
Nails by Saroia
Monday - Friday 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Saturday: By Appointment Only
Black Wall Street observes SOME of the U.S. holidays but we also observe the following days as well
- January 15th - Dr. Martin Luther King Jr
- February - BLACK HISTORY MONTH
- February 13th - Black Love Day (BLD)
- June 19th - Juneteenth
- 2nd Monday of October - Indigenous Day
- December 26th - January 1st - Kwanzaa
Dashiki Friday - Every Friday
(use the hashtag #DashikiFriday #blackwallstreetonlinellc
“A big business starts small.”
“You don’t build a business, you build people, then people build the business.”
“Bringing great people onto your team is about demonstrating that size really doesn’t matter – people do.”
“Find a great mentor, someone who has already been through the many challenges of being an entrepreneur..”
“Failure is not to be feared. It is from failure that most growth comes.”
“There is no finish line. There are only mile markers.”
The greatness of a community is most accurately measured by the compassionate actions of its members. Coretta Scott King