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In honor of Black History Month talkshoplive®, the leading live streaming, social selling online network today announced the launch of “Black-Owned Business Week,” committing to supporting diverse businesses thrive. Through the week of February 22nd, the platform is placing a spotlight on black-owned businesses, connecting Americans to the stories and products from a curated selection of incredible entrepreneurs.


talkshoplive® was built to support businesses, helping them to thrive through story-telling. Now more than ever, businesses need outlets to share their stories and products,” said Tina Moore, Co-Founder of talkshoplive. “talkshoplive® is proud to be the premier accessible and inclusive platform for live commerce. Supporting black-owned businesses through a unique spotlight allows our community to celebrate these incredible entrepreneurs by sharing their products and stories.”


Sellers for the week include:

Take Off Beauty:


Old Arthur’s:

Resilience Through Yoga:

Adore Adorn:

Don Lemon:

Royal Jelly Harlem:


Serendipitous Project:

Island Tribe:

New Heritage Brand:

Blush Box Curated Gifting:

Lamik Beauty:


For the full line-up, and additional information, visit:


In addition to this dedicated week focusing on entrepreneurs, through the month of February, leading live streaming, social selling online network talkshoplive® has hosted a partnership with The King Center.  The site’s built-in “donate” button, which appears on EVERY checkout site-wide, will direct all funds raised to The King Center’s “BE LOVE” campaign, a growing movement of courageous acts to achieve justice.

“We are honored to be partnering with The King Center and helping to raise funds for the crucial work that they are doing to create a more just, humane, and peaceful world guided by the philosophy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.,” said Bryan Moore, CEO of talkshoplive. “talkshoplive is an open and welcoming community and we encourage those utilizing the platform to consider donating not only financially, but with their everyday actions as we celebrate Black History Month and strive for equality.”

The campaign will continue until the end of month.  talkshoplive will continue to profile the donate button on its platform, encouraging a variety of charities to join live commerce as a meaningful way to fundraise, interact, and grow their digital communities.


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