Profile of Andrew TinDall from Young Apprentice 2012

A level student Andrew Tindall will compete in this year’s series of the BBC’s Young Apprentice series to try and win support from Lord Alan Sugar in the form of a £25,000 investment in a future business venture.

The lad from West Yorkshire said: “It’s not a team game; it’s working together but for me to win.”

Well, we will see if he emerge a winner when the new series kicks off on the 1st of November.

 Andrew TinDall The Apprentice 2012

Name: Andrew TinDall

Age: 16

Occupation: Studying for A Levels in Maths, Biology, Chemistry and Physics

Lives: Huddersfield, West Yorkshire
Former school prefect Andrew first started earning money at the age of 10, selling greeting cards and donating 20% of the profits to charity. In his spare time he volunteers at a local nursing home, enjoys listening to music and is learning to play the ukelele. Andrew has taken part in various school productions and is currently working for his Gold Duke of Edinburgh Award. He admires Derren Brown and aims to set up his own bio-technology company.