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Bromley students to battle it out in competition judged by The Apprentice contestants

PUBLISHED: 11:28 06 February 2015 | UPDATED: 14:27 06 February 2015

The judges were contestants on The Apprentice, facing Lord Sugar in the board room. Photo: Oli Scarff/Getty Images

The judges were contestants on The Apprentice, facing Lord Sugar in the board room. Photo: Oli Scarff/Getty Images

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Jordan Poulton and Jason Leech will judge.

Bright students from two Bromley schools will take part in a competition aiming to find out what the teenage minds of today think will be the business of tomorrow.

The competition will be judged by Jordan Poulton and Jason Leech- contestants from series nine of The Apprentice.

Students from Harris Academy, Beckenham, and Newstead Wood School for Girls will compete in a variety of categories with their entrepreneurial campaigns.

Categories include best trade stand, best sales team, most innovative product and best overall company.

They will travel to the Old Spitalfields Market, London, on February 11.

High-profile individuals attending the event, include Liza Tait, corporate responsibility manager at VISA and Nicola Brentnall, director, The Queen’s Silver Jubilee Trust.


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