5 Cool Black-Owned Brands That Are Hiring Now

It’s time to update that resume!

We are almost halfway through the year. Now is a better time than ever to finally work in your desired career field. Whether you are looking for jobs in marketing, HR, management, or technology, these Black-owned brands are hiring (so don’t wait around – apply now!).

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1. Walker & Company (aka the parent company of Bevel)

Walker & Company is a health and beauty products company, that has a “purpose to make health and beauty simple for people of color.” Founded by Tristan Walker in 2013, Walker & Company is most known for it’s flagship brand, Bevel, a unique shaving system for people with coarse and curly hair.

Check out Walker & Company’s job listings here.

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2. iONE Digital

iONE Digital, formerly known as Interactive One is the largest Black-owned broadcasting company. Founded by Cathy Hughes, this company covers more than 82 percent of multimedia content that reaches Black American audiences.

Check out iONE Digital’s career options here.

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3. curlBOX

Founded by Myleik Teele, curlBOX is an exclusive, affordable, monthly subscription box that delivers some of the best products for people with natural hair.

Check out curlBOX’s jobs here.

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4. Zuvaa

Zuvaa, founded by Kelechi Anyadiegwu in 2014, is a global marketplace for African fashion. “As a women of Nigerian descent, I grew up with African prints and fabrics. I loved wearing African inspired designs, and whenever I did wear these pieces, people wanted to know how they could also shop African inspired prints,” Anyadiegwu once said in an interview. Through Zuvaa’s marketplace, African inspired fashion companies have a place where they can sell and promote their merchandise.

Learn more about Zuvaa’s opportunities here.

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5. Cards For All People

How many of you have played Black Card Revoked? If you are like most of us, you have either played it or have heard of it. Black Card Revoked, a flagship brand for Cards For All People came into existence just a few years ago. Since then, Cards For All People have created more card games that are bound to keep the kickbacks lit and the family reunions on point.

Find out how you can join their team by clicking here.

Do you know of any more Black-owned brands that are hiring? Let us know below!