The Voice Black Business Fair is back!

The second annual Voice Black Business Fair has changed venues and will now take place at Fairfield Halls in Croydon, due to the election on December 12

SUPPORT: Attendees of The Voice Black Business Fair 2018

FOLLOWING THE success of last year’s event, The Voice Black Business Fair returns on December 7 2019 at Fairfield Halls in Croydon, from 10am to 6pm.

The Voice newspaper is proud to be organising the second annual Black Business Fair. The day-long event will once again offer a great platform for black-owned businesses to exhibit and showcase their products and services to an audience that will be eager to support such enterprises.

This year will be bigger and better than ever with more stands and much more space and will include a book fair featuring black authors in the UK.

Hot on the heels of our recently published Black Business Guide, The Voice Black Business Fair will now present the opportunity to interact directly with some of the businesses featured and the many new enterprises taking part.

There will be a variety of businesses for you to buy from.  You can also enjoy and learn about black-owned brands, not only for Christmas but throughout the year.

The Voice Black Business Fair and the Black Business Guide form a part of the newspaper’s ongoing campaign to support black businesses.

Find out more information below:

Date: Saturday 7th December 2019
Time: 10am – 6pm
Location: Fairfield Halls, Park Lane, Croydon, London CR9 1DG

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  1. | Selene

    Hi I am enquiring about booking a stall for the event on Saturday at Fairfield halls please advise me of the details thank you

    Selene Paddyfoot


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