brands of colour


brands of colour

Uniting black women in entrepreneurship to step up, step out and own it, because together we thrive.

Danielle McDonald

The Clarity Architect & Founder of Brands of Colour

Brands of Colour is the leading and award-winning membership platform committed to helping black female entrepreneurs to step up, step out, own it and become more business savvy. We act as the cornerstone for women by helping them build the foundations for a better business.

Joining us as a member gives you access to mentorship and likeminded women so you can thrive in your business and life.

Ready to join? Sign up to learn more about our three levels of membership here

As the Founder of Brands of Colour, Danielle helps entrepreneurs and small business owners to shift their mindset and build the foundations for a better business through practical solutions, effective strategies and creative ideas.

Danielle is known as “The Clarity Architect” for being on-target, succinct, concise and to the point. She is a driven, critical thinker with an eye for detail, and a passion for fostering and empowering individuals to succeed.

She has worked with incredible international brands such as House of Fraser, Urban Outfitters, Anthropologie and Topshop and reaches a growing global audience weekly through her podcast on iTunes, Stitcher and YouTube channel.

Her tips and advice have been featured in Business Insider, Addicted2Success, Career Girl Daily, YFS Magazine, NU People Magazine and Ms Career Girl.

Danielle’s advice to other women:

“Don’t believe the hype. Reclaim your power by silencing the noise that is around you and has the ability to lead to comparison. When all that noise is silenced, you’ll find you’re able to create and develop a brand on your own terms, and become your own trend setter.”

Subscribe to listen into interviews with awesome entrepreneurs within the black community who are stepping up, stepping out and owning it! Get the inside scoop on their journey, business strategies, tips and challenges.