A popular BBC personality, Tim Campbell is actually an “The Apprentice” alum, having won the very first series of the show in 2005. Tim appeared as Lord Sugar’s aide on the 16th series to replace Claude Littner following an injury. It’s just another way he’s helped advance the cause of British business and it culminated in him being awarded an MBE in 2012 for services to Enterprise Culture.
His philanthropic work includes co-founding the Bright Ideas Trust (BIT) which helps young people build their own businesses. He’s also served as the UK Government’s Social Enterprise Ambassador. Professionally, Tim works with Estate Office Property Consultants on investments and acquisitions for HNWI and co-founded the digital marketing agency, Marketing Runners Ltd.
As a keynote speaker, Tim talks comfortably about navigating life’s successes and failures and how to make an impact in business. His life experience is motivational and aspirational. And his anecdotes, perspective and experience working with one of the UK’s most prolific businessmen is engaging for all audiences.
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