Show 16: Minority Business Matter; What Entrepreneurship Really Is & How Living with Sickle Cell Impacts Work & Education

Apr 26, 2021 | 2021 Shows | 0 comments

How much do you think minority businesses generate for the UK economy each year? Well here’s a clue: it’s in the billions. Merisha spoke to Melanie Eusebe, founder of the Black […]

How much do you think minority businesses generate for the UK economy each year? Well here’s a clue: it’s in the billions.

Melanie Eusebe, Founder of the BBBAwards

Merisha spoke to Melanie Eusebe, founder of the Black British Business Awards’ Enterprise Academy about why Minority Businesses Matter. (1h,17m)

Sickle Cell anemia is one of a group of disorders known as sickle cell disease (SCD) that affects an estimated 15,000 people of colour in the UK.

My co-presenter, Chanelle Jones feels strongly about this and so she spoke to uni student, Kryon Bennett, & Sickle Cell Convos founder, Oyesola Oni about their experiences. (52m & 58m)

Oyesola Oni, Sickle Cell Convos

Do you know what it means to be an entrepreneur? Really? (30m) Merisha shares her thoughts on entrepreneurship based on years of working with entrepreneurs to shed light on what entrepreneurship looks like, versus what people think it means. What are your thoughts? Please share in the comments below.

Ashaye Brown, Author of Dream Country

Dream Country is a new book from author, Ashaye Brown. Find out why this should be the next book in your collection. (40m)

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Great program and lots of tips financially- always enjoy your programs- making money sounds fun.

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