It has never been a better time to be a black entrepreneur, as it is estimated that minority businesses contribute £25-£32 billion to the UK economy per year.
“However, ethnic minorities and women are seen to be under-represented as entrepreneurs”
This highlights the difficulty in becoming a minority entrepreneur. Although the majority of ethnic groups have high aspirations to launch businesses, (especially Black African (35%) and Black Caribbean (28%) groups. This is compared to a figure of just 10% among the White British segment)
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