5 Black Female Entrepreneurs to Watch This Year (2021) and Beyond

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Black women are driving change and trailblazing their way to becoming successful, driven game changers in the entrepreneurial space. Black women represent 42% of new women-owned businesses and 36 percent of all black-owned employer businesses.

According to Forbes, black female entrepreneurs represent the highest growth rate of any female demographic. They are making it happen and they are changing the game!

Here are five black female entrepreneurs to watch in 2021 and beyond.

Fabiola Hintron-image credit- Fabiola Hinton

Fabiola Hinton is a Haitian-born Canadian beauty and style entrepreneur. She Launched her highly successful brand SimplyFabilous in 2017 after finding the inspiration to set up a business when she was studying to become an aesthetician. The company launched as a storefront in Ontario Canada initially, retailing cosmetics and fashion items. Now, the brand operates solely online and features high-quality, non-toxic makeup and skincare products and fashion accessories.

Fabiola has big plans for the brand and her mission is to make sure that all women feel Simply “Fabilous” when they purchase her products.

Image: Lalah Delia- Vibrate Higher Daily

Lalah Delia is the founder of Vibrate Higher Daily, a female empowerment and self-care platform that promotes self-love and happiness. Lala is also the author of the book Vibrate Higher Daily and she has been featured in Vogue and Yoga Magazine.

Cheryl Sutherland- PleaseNotes

Cheryl Sutherland is the founder of PleaseNotes a business that focuses on providing personal growth tools and leadership programs. Sutherland left her corporate job to build her self-esteem and to nurture her inner gifts, the result, PleaseNotes. A business that cultivates and promotes physical, emotional and mental wellness.

Tonya Rapley- My FAB Finance

Tonya Rapley is the founder of My Fab Finance, a platform tailored to Millenials, she is also the author of The Money Manual, a practical money guide to help you succeed on your financial journey.

Sharon Beason- Womeneur

Sharon Beason, the founder of the progressive, much talked about Womeneur platform. She provides new female entrepreneurs with the tools to gain clarity and build a sustainable and highly, profitable business.

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