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Six Black-owned businesses to shop on Black Friday (and the amazing deals they’re offering)

With Black Friday approaching, shoppers across the Rochester area will be eager to find the best deals heading into the holiday season.

While traditional businesses offer deals and discounts on their inventory, local Black-owned companies will also look to take advantage of the unofficial shoppers’ holiday.

Check out these deals from local merchants offering their goods and services in special packaged deals.

The Mobile Spa

The Mobile Spa's team of licensed estheticians & lash artist.

The Mobile Spa’s team of licensed estheticians & lash artist.

The Mobile Spa is a fully equipped on-the-go spa company providing premium spa treatments in the privacy of your own home, office or getaway.

Black Friday specials include:

More info: www.vagaro.com/themobilespa

Falah X Clothing Company

FalAh X Clothing Co varsity jacket

FalAh X Clothing Co varsity jacket

Falah X Clothing Co. specializes in men, women and children’s clothing. Services also include styling and wardrobe/image consultation.

Black Friday deals include:

Follow @FalahXClothing on Instagram for additional discounts.

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Layoffs, imploding deals, and new opportunities. Here’s how the real-estate industry is transforming.

The way we occupy space and our relationship with places like stores and offices is transforming.
The way we occupy space and our relationship with places like stores and offices is transforming.

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  • Offices, hotels, and malls have been emptied by the coronavirus, which could lead long-term disruption in our day-to-day lives. 

  • The coronavirus has provided the largest experiment ever in remote work. Experts say it will forever change our relationship with the physical office.

  • Flex-space providers like WeWork, Knotel, and Convene, rental startups like Sonder and Zeus Living, iBuyer Opendoor, and brokerages including Compass and Redfin have laid off or furloughed staff. 

  • Companies like Macy’s are rethinking their office footprints. 

  • Customer behaviors are also changing how we buy and order, and that could have long-term effects on areas like industrial real estate. 

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The coronavirus has thrown the real-estate world into disarray, as people empty out of offices, hotels, and malls and work from their homes. The

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