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PRESS & MEDIA 

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Business Leader - Newspaper
London Post - Newspaper
The Independent - Newspaper
Melan mag - Online Publication
The Voice  - Newspaper
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West Side - Radio
The Voice
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Report urges banks to address ‘low trust levels’ among black business owners

Lloyds Bank says it is committing to ‘large-scale change’ following damning findings but entrepreneurs who spoke to The Voice remain sceptical

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Business Leader - Newspaper

Less than half of black business owners trust banks

Financial institutions are failing the Black business community as less than half (43%) of Black entrepreneurs trust banks to have their best interests in mind. Findings are based on research from the Black Business Network sponsored by .......
 

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Independent

"Black business owners ‘don’t trust government or banks to support their goals’

"Findings point to ‘unaddressed structural racism’ says Black Business Network"

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Interview with Shari Leigh, Founder of Black Business Network 

Listen to Black Business Network founder Shari Leigh, as she discusses the Black. In Business & Proud research.

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Majority of UK Black business owners say they don’t trust banks to support their business

Fewer than half of Black business owners trust banks to have their best interests in mind, according to research from the Black Business Network.

London Post
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Majority of Black Business Owners lack trust in Banks to support their business goals 

Financial institutions are failing the Black business community as less than half (43%) of Black entrepreneurs trust banks to have their best interests in mind.  ........

Melan
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New research from the Black Business Network highlights a ‘trust gap’ between the Black business community and two of the biggest institutions in the UK, banks and the government.

The business owners (79%) cited the importance of sources of support understanding their culture and lived experience