Plymouth resident Brett Butler-Smythe survived ten weeks in The Apprentice thanks to his tactical approach to tasks and his team-player ethic.
Described by Lord Sugar as 'an honourable man' Brett is 'determined to succeed' with his business continuing with the original business plan that he submitted to Lord Sugar.
In late 2015 he launched his new construction business, Pro Build Southwest; a newly formed property services company and we talk to him about progress and plans two years on.
Brett will discuss his entrepreneurial journey, his experiences on The Apprentice, business lessons and plans for the future.
Seating is limited for this talk and registration is essential.
This free event is open to all University of Plymouth undergraduate/postgraduate students and staff as part of the BETA Enterprise skills development and student start-up support programme.
About the BETA Enterprise Programme
The BETA Enterprise Programme improves students’ entrepreneurial abilities by providing a comprehensive programme of support for their business ideas. The programme provides free pre start-up and start-up support for students at the University via the Futures Entrepreneurship Centre.