The Black Links publication was founded in 1999. The publication is now in its second decade.
It is re-launched as Black Links UK with online and offline directory: www.ethopia.blacklinks.global .The directory has a growing database which is at the centre of the black business diversity, enterprise and intelligence initiative. It serves as a platform for business opportunities in the UK and the Diaspora.
Black Links Europe 2014/15 is divided into the following
Approx 24 pp of themed editorial covering eleven business sectors
Professional Services, Creative, Cultural Industries, Employment, Education and Training, Manufacturing, Agriculture, Retail, Third Sector including Faith Groups and Charities, Public Sector, Leisure and Entertainment.
The editorial will include news, reviews, interviews and market research covering the following issues:
- Global Trade and Business
- Access to ﬁnance
- Marketing Intelligence
- International trade and networking.
- Business start ups
- Research and development
- Imports and exports
- Fair Trade
1st EDITION 2000 “LAUNCH” PAGINATION – 334PP
3rd EDITION 2002 “THE EYE” PAGINATION – 308PP
2nd EDITION2001 “MILLENNIUM” PAGINATION – 466PP
4th EDITION 2003 “THE GLOBE” PAGINATION – 210PP
Classiﬁed / Directory Section (Approx 128pp). Standard industrial classiﬁcations of approximately
20,000 to increase to over 60,000 BME businesses divided regionally, nationally and internationally.
Information at a glance (IAG)
The BME business research and event calendar.
The Target Market Proﬁle:
- Business to Business – 60,000 BME businesses.
- Central and local government organisations.
- Private corporate companies targeting the BME sector.
- Individuals and consumers interested in BME market place.