USBC Helps Members Get Accepted into Walmart 's Marketplace
The sustainability of Black-owned businesses remains a top priority of the U.S. Black Chambers. The ability to expand into larger marketplaces is a key factor involved in business sustainability. With this in mind, the USBC has leveraged it's relationships and partnerships with large corporations to ensure it's membership of Black business owners have a path to do business with some of the nation's top corporations.
Most recently, Walmart- a generous supporter of USBC, issued an Open Call for businesses interested in selling American-made products in Walmart stores and through Walmart.com.
Once the Open Call was made public, USBC informed it's current members about the opportunity and begin to help members with the application process by having conference calls that paired current Walmart sellers with aspiring Walmart sellers. The conference calls proved to be highly insightful and helpful.
Among thousands of applicants, we're proud to say 2 USBC Members were selected to sell their products through Walmart. You can support them in the coming weeks when their products are uploaded to Walmart's website, visit Walmart.com and search "Silk Sensations" and "Fountain Pimento Oil."
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