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Meet the Entrepreneur Who Created Arkansas’ First Platform for Black-Owned Businesses


Local businessman, Kevin Williams, has launched Arkansas Black Businesses (ABB), the state’s top directory listing platform spotlighting Black-owned businesses.


Locals are able to use the new online platform to browse through the growing statewide directory and find Black-owned businesses in the area to patronize and support. Some of the businesses currently listed are dessert companies, auto repair services, insurance companies, catering, skincare, professional services, and more.


Minority business owners are also able to register their business on the platform so they can get featured with the current listings for additional exposure.

When asked what inspired him to build ABB, Williams states, “I wanted to create a centralized hub to spotlight black-owned businesses. Black businesses never had a platform that highlights them here in Arkansas. We want to connect businesses to buyers and overall keep the community connected.”

* ABB was designed to raise awareness and encourage collaboration with black-owned businesses in Arkansas. This year ABB has partnered with California Corporation The SEO Queen to help Black-Owned Businesses in Arkansas to get more clients and revenue.

* Combined, The SEO Queen and Arkansas Black Business Association have driven over $80,000,000 in revenue for businesses worldwide.

* This partnership is going to feature webinars, in-person events, Done for you SEO Services, and more.

For more information on ABB, visit


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