Tim Campbell

Tim Campbell

Tim Campbell has come a long way since winning The Apprentice television programme. He has become a favourite with Sir Alan Sugar the shrewd boss of Amstrad PLC who knows a winner when he sees one.

The charismatic Londoner, who was the darling of television audiences, has gone on to set up his own company and is now sharing his experiences with business audiences who want to learn the secrets of his success and discover why Sir Alan Sugar regarded him as a "great asset".

 

Tim talks about:

Risk Taking

Coping with Change

Building Self Confidence

Staying Focused

Managing Teams

Entrepreneurial Flare

Family Values

Inspiration, Aspiration & Motivation

Mentors & Mentoring

Networking

The human resource specialist wasn't a one hit wonder when the spotlight faded. After landing a one year contract with the health and beauty division of Amstrad, he remained in employment for a further year until announcing recently that he was giving up his £100,000 a year job to start a male grooming business of his own as well as The Bright Ideas Trust, a social initiative to inspire the next generation of entrepreneurs.

Feedback

" I was blown away by Tim - what an inspirational speaker, I could have literally listened to him for hours. His take on business, attitudes and his background was fascinating, and his vigor and enthusiasm were the perfect pitch for a speaker in his genre. " Thames Valley University on Tim Campbell - September 2008

"…thank you so much for your contribution last week. The feedback we have had from the event has been overwhelmingly positive...You have a great way of speaking - I don't believe there would have been a single individual in that audience who wouldn't have associated with some aspect of your speech." Ernst & Young

"Tim held the audience spellbound with his life story so far….One of the delegates described him as - Fantastic - so down to earth and one of the best speakers she has heard." Business Link Kent CIC

"Thanks for your excellent contribution to the launch of Young London Matters yesterday. Your attendance and support was greatly appreciated by all present." Department for Children and Learners