Our mission at Service95 is always to tell stories that inspire and spark curiosity via incredible people who are changing the world for the better. So, I’m proud to present this week’s issue, all about forging new paths towards inclusivity. First up, Chioma Ezeh reports on funding inequalities faced by Black women entrepreneurs in the beauty space – and meets some of the trailblazing business owners and investors who are fighting to level the playing field. And we welcome back Glenn Lutz (guest editor of our special issue on men’s mental health), who speaks to Guts Gallery founder Ellie Pennick about their mission to give space to artists outside of the typical white and privileged demographic, such as those who are queer, working-class, of colour, or those who are struggling. I found these stories incredibly inspiring, and I hope you will too.