The Burns Brothers are gearing up to make history as they extend their exclusive private membership club, HQ, to the vibrant city this summer.
Another wave of Black culture is headed to Nairobi. The Burns Brothers, known for their entrepreneurial flair and cultural savvy, are gearing up to make history as they extend their exclusive private membership club, HQ, to the vibrant city this summer, according to a recent press release. This game-changing move marks a pivotal moment as it signifies the first-ever ownership of a private membership club by African Americans on the continent, injecting a fresh wave of inclusivity into the global business scene.
No strangers to success, The Burns Brothers have been setting trends in culture-focused ventures with a string of million-dollar triumphs. HQ, born in Washington, DC, just last April, swiftly became a hotbed for carefully curated experiences designed for personal and professional growth. With a mix of networking opportunities, developmental programs, and culturally infused events, HQ became a hotspot for creativity, inspiration, and collaborative synergy.
HQ DC House, the inaugural location, has seen a parade of luminaries, from Maryland Governor Wes Moore and filmmaker Ava DuVernay to Kirk Franklin, Omari Hardwick, Chris Tucker, Roy Wood Jr. from The Daily Show, Kerry Washington, and DJ D-Nice. It’s earned its stripes as the go-to destination for the city’s influencers.
Now, the Burns Brothers are taking Nairobi by storm, crossing borders to foster global connections. This historic move not only signifies a win for The Burns Brothers but also serves as a beacon of hope for the African American community, with HQ making waves as the first private club owned by African-Americans on the continent.
With an unwavering entrepreneurial spirit and a commitment to creating inclusive spaces for growth, The Burns Brothers have not just set their sights on new territories; they are spearheading connections that are poised to redefine the business and cultural landscape on a global scale.
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Source: Black Enterprise