This week we continue our B corporation series by recognizing two commemorative months… Black History Month in February and B Corporation Month coming up in March. In this blog we are happy to introduce five Black-owned B Corporations. These businesses were featured at the B Corporation website along with a number of other exciting businesses.
AMS is pleased to feature the following:
The first is Sweet Livity. Their website states: “Sweet Livity delivers wellness and business coaching to support individuals and groups serving vulnerable communities to do their jobs to the fullest, with improved well-being, sustainability and results.” Click HERE to visit sweetlivity.com.
The second business is Kinetic Communities Consulting. Their website states: “Kinetic Communities Consulting is your local New York Energy Conservation Specialist.” They work with energy and affordable housing industry partners, to connect, educate, and simplify energy efficiency opportunities for under-represented communities. Click HERE to visit their website.
Next is the Fit4Dance Company. This company offers classes in a Brooklyn studio and online classes too. Their website states: “Fit4Dance is dedicated to bringing quality and affordable dance and fitness instruction to communities that need it the most. We offer a comfortable space where women can have fun, learn to dance, improve their fitness and health, meet new people, explore other cultures, and freely express themselves.” Click HERE to visit their website.
Goodee World comes up next. This company offers unique gifts, furniture and home décor from diverse brands and creators. The website says: “A GOODEE stamp of approval means that every item we offer is transparently sourced, ethically made, and designed to last. Our brand partners report to us on their materials, supply chain, labor standards, ecological footprint, and business practices.” Click HERE to visit their website.
The next business is Velmont & Company with RECIRC Packaging. They are the world’s first Black-owned sustainable packaging B Corporation. Their website states: “RECIRC reduces contaminated recycling, promotes refill and reusability, and for the first time ever gives consumers their monies worth by accessing the “last drop”. The RECIRC team works with Cal Poly Pomona’s Engineering Department for research and development. Click HERE to visit RECIRC.
We hope you enjoy visiting the websites and shopping with these innovative, exciting and fun B Corporations.