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Miami | Fayola Nicaisse and her brand bne are organizing a Bazaar for Father’s Day

  • June 9, 2024
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Fayola Nicaisse, founder of the organic cosmetics brand Ébène, has been organizing a series of Pop-Ups throughout the Haitian diaspora in the United States since March, in collaboration with the Association of Haitian Professionals, the Inter-American Development Bank, Little Haiti Cultural Center and other partners. These events aim to support Haitian businesses and artisans affected by the instability in Haiti. The next Pop-Up, scheduled for June 15, 2024 in Miami, will coincide with the sixth annual Ebony Bazaar fundraising event, with a portion of sales supporting the KakosKids organization’s extracurricular activities. In addition to promoting various artisanal products, Ébène reinvests in the Haitian community to promote education and health.

A Bazaar for Father’s Day with a Mission

In response to the recent challenges that Haiti is facing, Fayola Nicaisse, founder of Ébène, a brand of 100% organic cosmetic products which has just celebrated its 25th anniversary, and which has also organized events in the Haitian diaspora since 2016 , announced in March its collaboration with the AHP (Association of Haitian Professionals), the IDB (Inter-American Development Bank), the Little Haiti Cultural Center and other partners to organize Pop-Ups across the Haitian diasporas of the States -United, to support businesses and artisans affected by socio-political instability in Haiti, and to promote and sell their products and services to a cosmopolitan audience.

This Pop-Ups tour through the Haitian diaspora in the United States began in Silver Spring, Maryland, at the Silver Spring Civic Center, and at the Haitian Embassy in Washington DC. The next one will be held in Miami, Florida for Father’s Day on June 15, 2024. The Pop-Up on June 15, 2024 will also be the sixth annual fundraising bazaar where Ébène donates a percentage of its sales to support different extracurricular activities of the KakosKids organization.

These Pop-Ups organized by Ébène bring together different artisans working in various fields such as jewelry, cosmetics, painting, crafts, fashion, and traditional gastronomy. Visitors will have the opportunity to meet the artists, discover and appreciate their creations, and purchase their works.

“I am deeply committed to supporting the Haitian community and my fellow Haitian entrepreneurs during these difficult times,” said Fayola Nicaisse, founder of Ébène. “By collaborating with the AHP (Association of Haitian Professionals), the IDB (Inter-American Development Bank), the Little Haiti Cultural Center and other partners, our goal is not only to provide them with a platform to sell their products , but also to celebrate the rich culture and heritage of Haiti through these Pop-Ups. »

In addition to the Bazaar and Pop-Ups, providing a market for Haitian businesses and artisans, Ébène is also committed to reinvesting part of its profits in the community through initiatives aimed at supporting education, extracurricular activities and health care in Haiti. “We believe in the power of entrepreneurship to bring about positive change and create opportunities for sustainable economic growth, as our flag motto says ‘L’Union Fait La Force’,” added Fayola Nicaisse.

List of participants :

Ébène – 100% natural beauty products, made with ingredients from Haiti, Africa and India Lux Café – Haitian coffee manufacturer Askanya – Haitian chocolate manufacturer Feeling Myself – Haitian perfume manufacturer Cigar Select – producer of Haitian cigars Xotiq – jewelry Lokal Ayiti – scarf producer My Bougies – candle producer Zacara Creations Dominique Ambroise – craftsman