Discussion in 'Black Money Business Jobs' started by Liberty, Dec 26, 2016.
Someone try out this link and tell me if it works.
It absolutely does. I thank you for this. I use amazon quite a bit and this is a great way to donate. Thanks so much.
Jewish and Asian businesses are not building - quite the opposite, they are trying to put one another out of business.
The ultimate business goal/dream is to corner the market and monopolies your chosen market of interest.
Jewish and Chinese businesses clump together in order to attract passing trade, they are NOT supporting one another, FACT.
Here in England we have Asda which is a subsidiary of wall mart. Asda has succeeded in shutting down the vast majority of pubs and small local food stores in my community - imo it is pointless trying to compete with these "white owned giants".
No its not pointless. The entire point should be to ignore what they have going on and deal with Black owned businesses only in a best case scenario. The only reason they shut down smaller businesses is because the customers of those businesses are lured away with lower prices, better selection, and faster distribution. Hence the title of this thread. We have to be conscientious consumers even if we can get a better deal elsewhere. We have to control the money in our communities. We have to have unity with Black people in every aspect of our lives.
Brother James, can we donate to Destee through Amazon?
I'm not an economist or business owner but I believe there is space for the small businesses in communities. Making a store run shouldn't mean I'll see you in a couple of hours. I'm sure there are other people like me who don't like shopping at these giant stores and the mega malls. Wal-Mart? You'll never find me there. What are they doing for me and my community and just as importantly, how do they treat their employees?
Meh, competition can be shaped differently. The small business owner may not be trying to out compete with the larger store chains, but simply trying to find and fill a small nitch because of people like me. Small business owners can make a decent living if they know where and how to market to different communities. Our communities need to be fluid and if Black people divert their cash flow to the smaller owner, it could make a difference. Shopping in stores the size of football fields is not fun for me. Thus I have turned more and more to online shopping and if I can help Black business owners by doing this, it's a win/win situation in my book.
Everybody isn't trying to suck the life out of a community and leave it dry with nothing to show for it. Some people have a passion for business and want to support a community and make a decent living at it.
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