Ernst & Young, the accounting and consulting firm, will support 12 small Black- and Latino-owned businesses in the Twin Cities as part of a multicity business accelerator program it calls the Entrepreneurs Access Network, or EAN.

EY is the most recent major company, in the wake of the outcry over the May 25 death of George Floyd in police custody, to do more work to foster success among minority-owned businesses and narrow income gaps that are particularly pronounced in the Twin Cities.

“The EAN will serve as an enabler to accelerate the ability of these companies in order to break

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