Culture Makes Profit$

  1. A stamp or label on product packaging is needed to inform consumers that a specific product was created utilizing non-exploitative standards. In a similar fashion that food based goods are labeled ‘Organic’ to reflect a particular standard for growing food.
  2. Authentic storytelling is needed to transparently highlight brands expressed intent to ethically commercialize Black Culture which improves and deepens consumer engagement around certified products.
  3. A simple and efficient process for Proprietors to certify their consumer goods before releasing them into the market is pivotal for operational execution.




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