About Lisimba

Lisimba Pink is the creator of the Black Food Club and host of the Diversity All Star Podcast, which was created to help aspiring entrepreneurs from all backgrounds, by sharing relatable stories, experiences, and lessons.

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Caroline McQueen

#004: “You can’t be afraid to fail” Interview with Caroline McQueen

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Caroline McQueen is a Personal Image & Brand Consultant from London. She’s also the chief provocateur at Industry Avenue. As a branding expert and former model, She’s spent over 10 years working in front and behind the camera, for some of the world’s largest companies – Unilever, Suntory. Plus, top magazines including Cosmopolitan, Red, and Good Housekeeping. Caroline is also an ambassador for Virgin Startup.

In this episode, Caroline shares her tips and experiences on funding, business plans, marketing & more. Check the show notes for resources, notes, and links from the show.

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Tobi Oludayomi

#003: “You can’t try to solve everything” Advice from Tobi Oludayomi

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Tobi Oludayomi is the co-founder of Studio 14, a motivational speaker and mentor for young people starting out in business. Are you interested in doing business in Africa? In this episode, Tobi shares his experience on working in both the UK & Nigeria. Check the show notes for resources, notes, and links from the show.

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Luti Fagbenle

#002: “Quit your job” life lessons with Luti Fagbenle

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Luti Fagbenle is an established entrepreneur and the founder of Luti Media, an award winning, BAFTA nominated production company, based in London & LA. Check the show notes for resources, notes, and links from the show.

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Diversity All Star Podcast

#001: An Introduction to the Podcast

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An introduction to the IntelliPink Podcast, where we aim to educate, empower, celebrate entrepreneurs, from racially or culturally diverse backgrounds. (Note: the name has changed from “Minority Entrepreneurship 101” to “Diversity All Star”)

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Black Entrepreneur

101 Must-Follow Black Entrepreneurs & Speakers in 2017

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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)

If you would like to break the barriers of discrimination or would like to overcome the challenges in starting, funding and growing a business, then follow these 101 game changers for inspiration on how you can hack entrepreneurship.

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