What We Do
BOBSA is the premier national organization that provides African American’s the platform to demonstrate competitive leadership in the $9 billion dollar Black Hair Care & Cosmetic Industry nationwide and internationally.
We recognize, value, and seek out those individuals and businesses that have a positive impact on related traditional and new hair care institutions.
BOBSA’s mission is to establish African American and Black owned beauty supply stores (Worldwide) nationally and internationally. We are advocates for black institutions that depend on beauty supply stores.
Basic BOBSA Membership $500
This membership is for one year we help with opening up
your brick and mortar store those services include
1). Help you come up with a name for your store.
2). Help you find a location
3). Help you with the build out of your store
4). Secure all products that you need for your store
5). Provide you with information on how to aquire a reliable POS system.
Create your own new product and brands
1). We have manufactured that do private label that we would help you get your brand developed from start to finish it is a turn key process
BOBSA Consulting Services $1000 for 6 months of services.
1). Help you with the complete analysis of the black hair care industry that includes market research product category and wholesale distributors products in the market place
*For more details please give us a call and we will give you a free consultation on what your needs are and advise you what you should do next
ASK FOR SAM ENNON 650-863-3491 firstname.lastname@example.org
PRESIDENT OF B.O.B.S.A THE NATIONS LARGEST BLACK OWNED BEAUTY SUPPLIERS
Black-Owned Beauty Supply Association (BOBSA) is positioned to offer a new business concept, which is a Black-owned, beauty supply franchise store. This plan will result in a positive outcome as well as address the economic problem and concerns of African Americans within the community. Twenty years ago, hair care products aimed at African American consumers were supplied by small companies and sold through independent beauty and barber stores. While that is still often the case, some of those small manufacturers have now become divisions of large corporations such as L’Oréal and Procter & Gamble Co., two key players in ethnic personal care today.
Currently, African American population is 37 million, which is 12.4 of the United States population. According to our research, African American households grew 25.8between 1990 and 2000, more than four times as fast as that of non-Hispanic white households. Thus, over 3.7 million African American households have an annual income of $59,784 or more. Moreover, there are over 2.4 million upper income African American households with an annual income of $129,319 or more.
There are also a large percentage of women in transition from relaxed to natural hair, BOBSA will provide a wide selection of hair care products targeting women seeking to purchase natural products. Among African Americans both physical and cultural factors influence purchasing decisions of such products as hair care items. Many of the types of hair styles that been favored by many African Americans involve chemicals and heat that tend to dry out and damage hair. Nonetheless, ethnic products, once comprising a relatively narrow niche, have now gotten the attention of large consumer product companies eager to capitalize on this growing market.
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