Tim Campbell will join the panel on Question Time in the company of some political heavyweights, including Tony McNulty, Minister for London and Minister of State for Employment and Welfare Reform; the former Cabinet Minister and now Conservative peer Lord Heseltine, the Liberal Democrat spokesman on housing Sarah Teather and media personality Piers Morgan
The invitation to appear on Question Time follows engagements last year at the Conservative Party Conference, weekly appearances on national television judging the Mumpreneur contest and countless media interviews on social and business topics.
The BBC 1 flagship programme chaired by David Dimbleby regularly commands an audience of 5 million and has become something of a national institution, it is democracy in action offering the public a unique opportunity to quiz leading decision makers on the events of the day.
After winning the BBC TV show, The Apprentice, Tim spent two years working for Amstrad plc under the mentorship of the company’s Chairman and CEO Sir Alan Sugar where he set up a Health & Beauty division within the company. In April 2007, he founded the Bright Ideas Trust, a charity that is pioneering a new model of business support in London by giving young entrepreneurs a chance to start in business. It provides ongoing support through a network of mentors and specialist advisers.
Tim is also a cabinet office ambassador for social enterprise, a child ambassador for London under the Government’s Every Child Matters agenda and an ambassador for the communities and local government Reach project.
The succes of The Apprentice has made some of the programme's most famous characters household names. Saira Kahn, Claire Young, Ruth Badger, Sir Alan's Aide, Nick Hewer and of course Tim Campbell are all in huge demand for corporate events. For more information, or if you would like to book Tim or one of the other Apprentice Stars for your event, please give us a call on +44 (0) 207 365 3200 or email us on firstname.lastname@example.org
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