Our Causes

These are our causes - the reason for this website.  Why not help us to achieve and maintain these solutions in any way you can.

  1. Showcase Examples of the best of Black Entrepreneurship, Top Professionals, High Educational Achievements and Creatives for inspiration.  If they can do it, against all the odds, so can you. Yes we can - and Yes we do. With these bright stars - encourage internships, mentorship / coaching, employment of others and the setting up of Franchises.
  2. Encourage, Boost and Accelerate Growth of Black-owned Businesses in the UK.  To help entrepreneurs double, treble (or more) their income, positively affects their family and friends and raises the economic status of the black community.  This is our aim.  This in turn benefits the UK.  We start online - then open doors on  the High Street.
  3. Work with Youth Organisations such as Gangsline to end dependency on drugs for income among a minority of  gang members, by providing alternative pathways to sustainable incomes in Tech, Fashion, Art, Food, Game Development, Financial Trading, Performance Art, Design & Manufacturing.
  4. Encourage entrepreneurial and gainful hobby activities among seniors at sixty+ in the black community - many of whom have talents, know-how  and experiences not being taught to the young, or not being used to create income and a legacy for their families.
  5. Support the Art Centre of Maboneng in South Africa.  This provides income for talented artists and families in South Africa.  If Art can assist a way out of poverty for a whole township - we are here to boost and promote.
  6. To work with a Costume Jewellery Manufacturers in Uganda - with a view to expanding the business to employ more people in the local village
  7. Work to enable training and expansion of a Knitting cooperative in Zimbabwe. We plan to enable regular work for 1000 women which will help to feed 1000 families. There is a lack of jobs in Zimbabwe and there is no social welfare infrastructure. 
  8. Encourage UK Black Visual Artists through the promotion and sale of their work.  Typically they are marginalised from the Art world and need a seat at the formal table.  The use of Social Media  has uncovered some artists - and we work to celebrate more underground talent.
  9. Work with local African educators to set up Education and Technology centres for girls in the Ivory Coast rural areas.
  10. Support the Art Centre of Maboneng in South Africa.  This provides income for talented artists and families in South Africa.  If Art can assist a way out of poverty for a whole township - we are here to boost and promote.

So you have seen what we are about - why not join us to help.  Email - info@blackeconnomics.co.uk if you wish to assist in any of these areas.