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An inspirational book about what it means to be Black in the working world, with practical steps on how to overcome prejudice to find success.

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Raphael and Opeyemi Sofoluke are entrepreneurs, and husband and wife. Raphael is the founder of the UK Black Business Show, an annual exhibition which promotes businesses founded by members of the black community; and the Black Tech Achievement Awards. Opeyemi is the EMEA Lead for Global Technology, Diversity and Inclusion at one of the world's biggest banks, and founder of The Growth Box, a Christian subscription box company.

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This book delivers truth about the differences that society has put on race, especially in the business world. Twice As Hard is a must read for all * Mathew Knowles *

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