Black Entrepreneur Creates Trafek.com – An Online Marketplace Designed To Recirculate $1 Trillion Dollars Back In To Black Communities
Nationwide – Patronizing the black community businesses is a great way of supporting black entrepreneurs. The way of doing this is to find a way of spending on black businesses. That’s why Fabian Scott, 28 years old, black entrepreneur from the Washington, D.C. Metropolitan area, decided to create an online marketplace www.Trafek.com designed for black owned businesses. This goes a long way to empower and strengthen our voice in any society.
Trafek.com is a marketplace and directory for black owned businesses in which visitors can choose to buy or sell. It is well optimized for locating good and services of your liking. People often complain that there are not enough black businesses but at Trafek you’ll know it’s false. You will find all you’ve been looking for and more. There are no signup fees or fees to list products.
“It was developed by the black for the black so we understand ourselves and what we need. We left no stone unturned in its creation. Browse through our categories and see for yourself. Stop worrying of shops to patronize and enjoy your independence of choice”, Scott mentioned.
Trafek.com isn’t the first site to offer this type of service. “If businesses gave up just because of the competition then our economy would be in the grave right now. There would be no jobs, no money, and poverty everywhere. Never give up on a dream or idea you have just because of competition. This same principle should apply to all businesses.” Fabian mentioned. Trafek offers its services all around the world. The seller chooses weather or not to sell in certain parts of the world. “We are Global”, Fabian added.
Ignorance is the worst enemy that is fighting the black community. “A lot of us are completely ignorant of ways of enhancing our chances in a community. We all seem oblivious of what is going on and join everybody else to contribute to our harsh existence. Most of the time us blacks spend our money making others rich instead of our own community” Scott said.
It is observed that the black’s purchasing power can be in excess of $1.1 Trillion. This is true but the bitter truth is that the money is not circulated in the black community. This money is randomly strawn about. Black purchasing power is a real power than can be harnessed to alleviate the condition of the black community. With that kind of black buying power one would logically think that owning a black business would be a cash cow.
The trillions of dollars from the black only lasts about 6 hours in the community before finding its way into electronics, utilities, groceries and footwear, unlike other communities where it lasts from 7 to 28 days. These purchases aren’t helping us out as the economic state of a community is largely dependent on the amount of money being spent on its local businesses. In order to help ourselves and our community, we must consciously make effort to put money back into our community. Financial literacy is what is crucial here because if we know and engage in investing our earnings as well as savings on the black businesses, it will go a long way to promote our economic growth.
Trafek.com is seeking more sellers to sign up and upload products on the website before it officially launches. To help support this movement you can follow Trafek.com on social media @Trafekbiz (Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter).
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Donations are accepted at www.paypal.me/trafek.