Tim Campbell (past staff)

Ambassador for Training and Enterprise

Special appointment - Advisor to the Mayor on training and enterprise


Tim Campbell is an young entrepreneur from the East End who first became known to the British public after being crowned the winner of the hit BBC TV series The Apprentice. He went on to become the first Project Director of the Health & Beauty division within Lord Alan Sugar's company, Amstrad PLC. Prior to working for him, Tim had a successful career with London Underground

Tim has gone on to found 'Bright Ideas Trust', a charitable social enterprise which encourages young budding entrepreneurs from disadvantaged backgrounds to start business ventures, giving them greater access to start-up finance, real business mentors, professional services advisors and educational programmes. Bright Ideas Trust has already generated successful start-ups, and interest from Corporate Organisations, Philanthropists and HNWI and innovative young entrepreneurs alike, not to mention receiving praise from senior MPs across all political parties including our Prime Minister David Cameron.

Aside from this and commercial activities, Tim is co-author of one of Amazon’s top 10 business books for 2010, 'What’s Your Bright Idea' and uses his time to support young people getting apprenticeships and training in his key role as the Mayor of London's Ambassador for training and enterprise.