By Burns Lake Lakes District News on February 19, 2023
Academics and advocates have pointed out the barriers Black people face navigating financial institutions.
When Sean Whyte opened a fashion store in early 2020, he had no idea a global pandemic would force him to throw out his business plan within a couple of months.
Whyte’s Kelowna business, Grey Hearts Denim, pivoted from selling a range of fashion attire to making denim face masks.
And while finding a way to be productive during a global pandemic was rewarding, Whyte knew he needed help to get his business off the ground again.
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