When Toyin Kolawole’s second enterprise, an e-commerce B2B sourcing business, ended in 2013 (a sub-Saharan Africa focused business artifact store she founded in 2008 had also floundered), the experience left the 41-year-old entrepreneur who grew up in Nigeria and has called Illinois home for several years, depressed and $80,000 in debt. “I remember coming home weak with all sorts of feelings — all of them negative,” the mother of two says. But what surprised her was her husband’s response. “He said, ‘Let’s just take this $80,000 as entrepreneurship tuition,’ and I looked at him kind of stunned like, ‘What?’” With her husband’s support, Toyin not only paid off the debt, she launched a new business in 2015: a West African-inspired food company called Iya…