In 2013 Jamie-Lee Abtar launched boutique travel marketing agency, Be Distinctly Different. She followed this with travel venture Your Caribbean, in 2016.
Seyi Ayinla set up her wedding website three years ago. It was the perfect avenue to express her love for weddings and utilise her knowledge and skills.
Combining her interest in photography and affinity for online dating, Saskia Nelson created Hey Saturday – a photography service for the dating scene.
Kerrine Bryan founded publishing firm Butterfly Books, with hopes that the storybooks will transform the way youngsters perceive various careers.
Mavis Amankwah launched Rich Visions Diversity Communications to help businesses connect with minority communities.
The founder of cosmetic line Laila London talks to First Women about how her holistic charcoal based teeth-whitener has become beauty's new secret weapon.
Before co-founding A Very Good Company (AVGC) in 2010, Natalie Campbell had whet her business savvy with a Morgan De Toi franchise venture she set up in Lancaster, aged 21.
In a speech on 1 October, Theresa May expressed her support for Black History Month and recognised the achievements of the African and Caribbean communities in the UK.