We bring you a list of successful and upcoming Black owned businesses across the UK!
In light of the Black Lives Matter movement, we want to shine a light on upcoming and well-established black businesses that deserve to be supported and commended.
From food, beauty, fashion – to finance, education and everything in between, we’ve got you covered!
Take a look at some successful black-owned businesses in the UK below …
Prince of Peckham Pub – Clayton Road, Peckham
Located in Peckham, the predominantly Nigerian neighborhood of South London, Prince of Peckham is a must-see pub, which is a pop-up shop for their White Men Can’t Jerk.
red rooster – 45 Rideau Road, Hackney
The Red Rooster menu is rich in American soul food with a touch of East African influence. They serve dishes such as chicken and waffles and shrimp and oatmeal.
Kitchen trap – 76 Bedford Hill, Balham
The restaurant serves American and Caribbean style eclectic seafood as well as delicious sides.
See other black owned restaurants in London below.
Xsandy’s – Unit 57, 73 Molesworth Street, Lewisham
A wholesale and retail hair distributor, founded by Sandra Brown-Pinnock, creator of “Xsandy’s” hair extensions brand, offers a selection of hair and body products. Xsandys’s is a black owned hair and beauty store in South East London!
Rudy’s hair and beauty care – 375 Hoe Street, Walthamstow
A hairdressing and beauty brand offering a variety of services. Healthy hair and skin are the brand’s additions to promote personal care – among nutrition, exercise, relaxation, and a positive mental outlook on life.
Golden Touch Hair & Cosmetics – 81, chemin Woodgrange, door of the forest
A thriving business offering hair care and beauty cosmetics in Forest Gate.
See more black-owned beauty businesses in London below
Disturbing London – Label
This label was founded by artist and fashion icon Tinie Tempah and Dumi Oburata.
This label has supported Wizkid, A2 Yxng Bane, Yungen and more.
DJ Westend – 10-12 Hanway St, Fitzrovia, London
A black-owned store for amplifiers, turntables, lighting and other DJ equipment from a variety of top brands.
The store provides professional music production equipment.
Shoobs Founder and CEO Louise Broni-Mensah launched the company in New York after finding success in the UK
The company is an online ticketing solution for small and medium sized entertainment event planners, promoting some of the best music events.
Tax3 is a premium streetwear brand founded in East London. The brand was established in 2017 and has gained popularity thanks to its creative and innovative look.
The brand is renowned for its unique designs and for bringing an authentic touch to the fashion industry.
London-based fashion designer Irene Agbontaen makes clothes suitable for tall women.
TTYA aka Taller Than Your Average – is designed for women 5’9 “or taller.
Black-owned business that offers a variety of Afro-Caribbean print dolls, pillows and accessories.
KAEB (searched httpsKAEB) is a high-end designer brand offering unisex clothing and accessories.
The brand slogan âEverything in Life Has Meaningâ represents what KAEB is.
The brand ‘KAEB’ stands for (K) eepsake (A) spirations (E) legance (B) lessed.
‘The Underargument’ is a lingerie brand founded by designer MaÃ¯na CissÃ©, which advocates the power of individuality and aims to challenge ideas of normativity.
Each lingerie collection is labeled with a stimulating quote to remind the customer to embrace their individuality.
FullyPaid Clothing was established in 2017 as an independent brand in East London, UK.
The brand started out selling t-shirts and added tracksuits, jackets and slides to their clothing list.
FullyPaid will open a store in Boxpark Shoreditch on Tuesday, July 24.
Rapper and actor Ashley Walters will attend the launch while promoting his collaboration with the brand for their âFP X AWâ collection.
Lifestyle and well-being
Ankh Wellness Center – 10 Adelaide Grove, White City, London
An alternative and holistic service offering a natural African connection to health – Mind, Body & Spirit
Black spirits matter in the UK
A service that aims to make mental health topics relevant and accessible to all blacks in the UK
Company connects black individuals and families with professional mental health services across the UK
CEO Shanley Lewis has started a thriving business to help people take care of themselves with solutions to improve their mental health and well-being.
Books and education
This South London publisher offers African-focused literature, including essays, history, novels and children’s books.
Londoner Angel Miller has set up No Ordinary Book Shop which sells children’s books focused on BAME characters.
This Tottenham bookstore supplies African-centric books to the black community.
Owned by Dr Adesola Kazeem Adeduntan is a wholly owned subsidiary of First Bank of Nigeria Plc, with offices in the heart of the City of London.
They are the ‘Bank of London for Nigerians, whether resident in the UK or just visiting’.
Zenith Bank (United Kingdom) Ltd
Founded by Jim Ovia, became a member of the Zenith Bank group based in Nigeria.
Zenith Bank was authorized by the Financial Services Authority of the United Kingdom to establish Zenith Bank (UK) Limited in 2007.
Black-owned businesses in the UK discussion thread
British businesses owned by black people for everyday items.
– Jamii (@UKJamii) June 3, 2020
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Pop below a brief description, some photos and a link to buy!
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– kae (@ikeeyah_) May 20, 2020