Jordan Poulton is a candidate on the ninth series of The Apprentice.
Age: 26; Occupation: Business Analyst; Lives: London, UK
Jordan says his first experience in business was at the age of six, selling his family’s litter of kittens in the playground.
He describes himself as optimistic, charismatic and calm under pressure, though he thinks he can also be unforgiving and finds it difficult to ask for help.
He enjoys going to technology events and recording his own podcasts and is passionate about encouraging young people to start their own businesses.
He says: “I’ve worked in third-world countries and first-world countries. I know what it’s like to struggle to feed kids and I know what it’s like to fly in a private jet.”
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