Visionary online tech company B-Thrive unveils waitlist for Black social educational app

Two millennial women from the African Diaspora who are thriving in two different countries are brought together by one mission: to connect as many Black people globally as possible, to understand their past, present, and future. 

How? Through an online experience tailored to help individuals embrace their identities and roots as Black people. 

Co-founders Biko Somuah and Grace Ibot Ibot are making waves with their upcoming digital platform. B-Thrive, a Black empowerment community app, allows users to not only learn but socialize. 

“We have to remember who we are and study our history,” the co-founders say. “Only then can we realize our full potential as a collective and create generational wealth.” 

As B-Thrive’s social presence continues to grow, the app remains underway. The B-Thrive team currently strives to build brand awareness while engaging with Black influencers and bloggers on social media. 

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B-Thrive’s visually-stunning content inspires and educates. “Learning about our past forges future paths,” the co-founders say. “B-Thrive teaches you about the diversity and beauty of the global Black community while fostering unity.” 

For 2021, Biko and Grace hope to inspire healing and growth amongst our global Black communities, as they form lifelong connections through B Thrive’s app. 

“We’re at the crossroads of tech-solutions and a cultural revolution to balance the scales of history, one brilliant black mind at a time.” 

The B-Thrive app is scheduled to launch in Summer 2021. 

Credit: B-Thrive

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