Sean Spooner, a IT and eBusiness student from Corby, is one of the twelve Young Apprentice candidates competing for the title and a cash prize of £25,000 from Lord Sugar to invest in their business venture.
Sean is one of the younger looking candidates, but judging by his background he may well be a force to reckon with on each task.
On entering the competition the eBusiness student said: “When I want to do something or get somewhere I put everything I have into it and, unless it’s a sinking ship, I don’t stop until I get there.”
Name: Sean Spooner
Occupation: Studying for BTECs in Double IT and eBusiness
Lives: Corby, Northamptonshire
Workaholic Sean was named ‘World’s Youngest Publisher’ after setting up a magazine at the age of 14. When he’s not working, he enjoys photography and learning about current affairs. Despite his small size, when he was nine years old Sean set up a local basketball team. Sean’s role model is Jamal Edwards, founder of SBTV. His aim is to run a publishing enterprise and he is planning on launching a new men’s magazine at the end of the year.