Alan Sugar

Sir Alan Sugar founded the electronics group Amstrad in 1968 that became a billon pound company and his private fortune placed him on the The Times Richlist in 2004. In 2005 he hosted the BBC version of Donald Trump’s successful TV show.

In 2000, Lord Sugar was knighted for his services to business and he holds two honorary Doctorates of Science degrees, awarded by City University and Brunel University respectively.

Having previously sat on the Business Council for Britain and fronted a campaign promoting the benefits of apprenticeships, in 2009 he was named as Enterprise Champion and appointed to the House of Lords as Baron Sugar of Clapton in the London Borough of Hackney.

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