Shopify Studios presented “Born for Business” on Peacock and CRAVE. It is a docu-series that chronicles the lives of four entrepreneurs with disabilities. The first participant was Qiana Allen of Culture’s Closet, a lupus-suffering fashionista owning a renowned plus-size boutique. The second on the list was Collette Divitto, a baker with Down syndrome who owns a successful cookie store called Collettey’s Cookies that employs people with disabilities. A single father with muscular atrophy, Chris Triebes of The Congregation Presents is a music mogul with a concert production company. Lexi Zanghi, a millennial entrepreneur, suffers anxiety but runs a three-year-old fashion brand, Always Reason, which will soon open its physical store. Shopify hopes the initiative will inspire entrepreneurs to make their dreams a reality despite hurdles.
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