Speaking at the Real Business: Britain’s 100 Most Entrepreneurial Women event in association with Bank of Scotland Corporate, Whitty discusses the prejudice that comes with running a social enterprise. "I used to go to dinner parties and I’d say I work for a charity," she says. "And they would ignore me because they think that charities don’t work." Hear Whitty’s story and find out how she’s changing the lives of mobility-impaired people all over the UK.
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