It's time to back black and minority ethnic social entrepreneurs

Frustrated with the status quo, Izzy Obeng and Bayo Adelaja both created ventures that make it easier for other black and minority ethnic founders to grow their businesses. But social entrepreneurs of colour in the UK still face barriers, especially when it comes to accessing finance. Dr Yaz Osho shares insights from a recent discussion with Obeng and Adelaja – and explains what kind of support is needed now.



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