After Bob Brown retired from KPMG he and his wife, Karen, started a second career as cofounders of Kensington Riverside Inn. A second retirement after the sale of the boutique inn saw Brown change his focus from entrepreneur to social entrepreneur and he launched Open to Grow, a new Calgary-based microcredit charity. At the end of last year, it made its first microloan to 15 low-income women in Guatemala. Congratulations.
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