Britain’s Minority Businesses Punch Above Their Weight But They Need Help

Ellenor McIntosh, co-founder of Twipes

Twipes

“Minority Businesses” contribute at least £74bn a year to the U.K. economy and comprise eight of the country’s 23 tech unicorn companies.   

And according to a new report from the Open Political Economy Network (OPEN), policymakers, businesses and society as a whole should not only be celebrating the positive impact made by minority businesses but also taking active steps to help entrepreneurs and small company owners from ethnic backgrounds overcome some of the obstacles that still stand in their way.   

OPEN describes itself as an internationally-networked think tank focusing on migration

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