Rugby school pupil Harry Maxwell unveiled as contestant on BBC1 Young Apprentice

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HARRY Maxwell is one of 12 contestants on the new series of the Young Apprentice battling it out to win Lord Sugar’s top prize.

Series two of the Young Apprentice aired last night (Monday) at 9pm on BBC1.

Harry, 16, introduced himself to his fellow contestants saying that he lives in Northamptonshire and went to school in Rugby.

Harry is studying for Pre-Us in maths and further maths and A-levels in geography and economics and the extended Project.

Harry said: “In terms of my intellect, self-motivation, confidence, and business instinct for my age, I am unrivalled. I have a pure entrepreneurial gift waiting to be unleashed and harnessed.”

School prefect Harry is a polo enthusiast and water-sports fanatic, as well as a talented singer and pianist. Inspired by Simon Cowell, entrepreneur Harry is a business veteran despite his young age. Starting his first business when he was ten, selling tickets on the internet, he has already started three successful businesses, encompassing travel, marketing, property and cosmetics.

In his audition, Harry claims to be perfectionist who doesn’t take ‘no’ for an answer. He likes to have knowledge on a wealth of topics, and has recently set up a directory of all 5* hotels in England, which he is currently reviewing.

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