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'My first stall was a filing cabinet on wheels'
CEO Tom Mercer says he started his firm, MOMA Foods, using "a filing cabinet on wheels” as a stall.

Being blanked because you're black

A black entrepreneur's encounters with white venture capitalists
A black entrepreneur recalls his first meetings with white venture capitalists.

Nick Terry now runs a successful British healthcare business, Axela Ltd. But he tells Busienss Daily's Manuela Saragosa that when he first got started, trying to raise funds from the VC community proved a fruitless endeavour for someone who did not fit their image of the typical go-getter they invest in.