Black Culture Market was established in 2018, to celebrate black culture and commerce in the local community. The event gives entrepreneurs of all ages of African and Caribbean descent visibility for them to flourish and make cultural products more accessible. With just 0.24% of capital in the UK going to black entrepreneurs (0.02% to black female entrepreneurs) access to early-stage capital is limited. BCM aims to bridge the gap by encouraging communities to shop small with black-owned businesses. However, there is more to BCM than just an event, the value goes far beyond its pop-ups. At the core of its offering, the platform brings the opportunity for great systemic advancement for African and Caribbean communities and those seeking to develop their businesses. No less, it also positively impacts the people of Brixton and its visitors from across the UK.
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