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Entrepreneur and His Nephew Open First Black-Owned Textile Factory in the Philippines

Umar Clark and Nephew, founders of textile factory in Philippines

Nationwide — Umar Clark, a visionary entrepreneur dedicated to advancing Black empowerment, has partnered with his nephew, Nasiym Blackwell, to launch Clark Textile Trading, the first Black-owned textile enterprise in Olongapo, Philippines. With a steadfast commitment to empowering the Black community, their company represents a significant stride towards self-sufficiency, particularly in essential sectors like clothing production.

Recognizing the vital importance of controlling essential needs such as clothing, food, and shelter, Umar Clark has embarked on a mission to empower black individuals globally through Clark Textile Trading. By establishing this enterprise, Clark aims not only to deliver high-quality garments but also to create economic opportunities within the black community.

“At Clark Textile Trading, we believe that economic empowerment starts with self-reliance,” says Umar. “Clothing is more than just fabric; it’s a symbol of identity and empowerment. Through our enterprise, we reclaim control over our narrative and economic destiny.”

Clark Textile Trading specializes in a diverse range of products, including hoodies, t-shirts, polos, collared shirts, and underwear. Despite prevailing economic challenges, the enterprise offers competitive pricing comparable to products manufactured in China, ensuring accessibility without compromising quality.

“Investing in our own ventures is crucial to breaking systemic barriers and fostering self-sufficiency,” adds Umar. “While other sources may offer cheaper alternatives, they often come at the expense of our community’s empowerment. At Clark Textile Trading, we prioritize affordability alongside empowerment.”

Located in Olongapo, Philippines, Clark Textile Trading serves as a beacon of Black economic empowerment and self-sufficiency in the global textile industry. Their overseas company is rewriting the narrative of black empowerment through economic autonomy.

Learn more at the company’s official website at ClarkTextile.com or follow their brand on Instagram @clarktextile

For inquiries or partnership opportunities, contact info@clarktextile.com