West Cumbrian woman to appear on BBC show The Apprentice

West Cumbrian woman to appear on BBC show The Apprentice
 

A candidate hoping to convince Lord Alan Sugar to invest in her business is a former Lamplugh School pupil.
Rebecca Jeffery, who grew up in Asby, is one of the new class of 18 on the BBC One show The Apprentice.
The 31-year-old, who grew up in Asby, is the owner of a marketing and design business called Fi and Becs, which she runs with her sister Fi Woodhead in Greater Manchester.
Rebecca, who also attended Keswick School, said she prides herself on being relentless and possessing an infectious enthusiasm, but admits that numbers and calculations are a weakness for her.
She said:... read more

 
29 September 2016 in Regional North West , Views: 38
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