A coffee company created a virtual expo when store fronts to collaborative partners shut down

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What happens when a pandemic shuts down your storefront business? You tap into your online potential, team up with 10 other entrepreneurs then start a cooperative economic revolution. 

Where are you going to be tomorrow? Probably scrolling these digital streets. So join us as we attend the Black Coffee Company’s Virtual Expo & Live Shopping Network  on May 30, 2020 at 9 am PST/12 pm EST. 

All day, 10+ entrepreneurs will showcase their products and services to an audience on the Zoom platform. Similar to a brick-and-mortar pop-up market, you’ll be able to explore each vendors luxury, thoughtful products. 

After making a commitment to bring financial literacy to their community, The Black Coffee Company continues to find innovative ways to create momentum for black businesses to grow. “The opportunities that were lost due to COVID-19 can be revisited with this unique event that features quality artisan crafted goods, specialty niche services, and a safe atmosphere free of the health risks that come with in-person shopping,” said the company in a statement.

Register via Zoom at Theblackcoffeecompany.com/shop

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