A short series revisiting the previous Apprentice winners.
Won: Season one (2005), beating Saira Khan after a final task in which they each had to put on an event on a Thames river-boat. He also holds the distinction of being the UK series’ first winning project manager after leading the men’s team to victory in a flower buying and selling task in the show’s opening episode.
Pre-Apprentice: Senior Planner within the Strategy and Service Development directorate of London Underground.
Post-Apprentice: Joined Amstrad, launching the Integra anti-wrinkle device in Argos and Harrods, and becoming Project Director of Amstrad’s new Health & Beauty division. He stayed on after his original 12-month contract ended, but left Amstrad in March 2007.
Post-Sugar: Campbell founded the Bright Ideas Trust, a charity which aims to provide financial backing to help young entrepreneurs aged 16-30 turn ideas into businesses. He remains the organisation’s CEO. Earlier this year, Mayor of London Boris Johnson appointed him as his Ambassador for Training and Enterprise, a voluntary role which will focus on increasing the number of apprentices across London, and developing and becoming involved in new training opportunities and setting up new businesses.
Tomorrow, find out what happened to season two winner Michelle Dewberry.