More than 1,000 people have invested over $700,000 in the year-old company, now reportedly valued at $51 million.
The first Black-owned sliced bread business in America isn’t just about making money. It’s also about giving back to the community.
Founders of the Chicago-based Black Bread Company are going to Chicago Public Schools to talk to students about their success. They are also offering investors a low-cost way to buy shares in the company through an equity crowdfunding campaign.
“You can start a business, be successful in business and still be about your people and where you come [from],” Charles Alexander, a founder of the Black Bread Company, today!
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