The BBA’s goal is to act as a business One-Stop organization for Black and minority businesses with an objective
to stimulate economic growth and sustainability through out Connecticut and across the nation.
In these unprecedented times we need to come together and support each other.
The BBA has had many requests to access our directory - it is time to get updated and complete information. Please take 6 minutes to complete the form. The business owners name and telephone number will be kept confidential and will not be included in the directory. There is no charge to be listed in the directory.
Share the link with other business owners in your circle. Thank you for participating. Link: https://forms.gle/QYwt74SkMRL9inLB9
The Black Business Alliance is committed to standing with our community. We are grateful for the Black-owned businesses and individuals who are combating COVID-19 – the healthcare workers or emergency responders as well as those in essential services.
As the State is re-opening, know that we are here for you. We want to hear your concerns and how we can better serve you.
COVID-19 is just one of the issues we are facing and have faced together. At this time in history, now more than ever, we are also committed to speaking out and taking actions that empower our community, while addressing systemic racism and inequity in meaningful ways.
We will continue to find ways that support the growth, development and advancement of Black business, which is the backbone of our community.
(from left to right) Douglas McCrory, Howard K Hill, Avery Gaddis
Membership into BBA taps into a network of other minority business enterprises across Connecticut. Get access to BBA networking events and business seminars,
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