Cumbrian hopefuls aiming to impress Lord Sugar on TV's The Apprentice



Two hopefuls trying to convince Lord Alan Sugar to invest in their business are from Cumbria.
Rebecca Jeffery, who grew up in Asby and attended both Lamplugh and Keswick schools, and Oliver Nohl-Oser, who was brought up in the Eden Valley, will star on The Apprentice.
Oliver is co-founder of Penrith-based The Cumbrian Sausage Company, which has its production unit at Maryport's Solway Industrial Estate.
The 33-year-old started the company in Penrith with a university friend 10 years ago.
Although he lives in Wiltshire, he calls Cumbria his "second home" as he comes back regularly... read more

 
29 September 2016 in Regional North West , Views: 27
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