SCOTTISH entrepreneur, Oli Norman, who owns Glasgow-based marketing agency, DADA, and what is understood to be Glasgow’s oldest bar and restaurant, Sloans, is set to star in an exciting new BBC3 series – ‘The Last Millionaire’ – which will see him compete against 11 of the UK’s most successful entrepreneurs over a six-week period.
The series, which will first air at 9pm on Wednesday the 12th of November, drops the entrepreneurs, who are from all over Britain, into six of the world’s most exciting and demanding cities each week where they face the ultimate business challenge; to make money from scratch in just five days.
Along with the other entrepreneurs, Norman (30) was stripped of his mobile, laptop, business contacts and cash and given a small amount of start up capital to create a successful money making business.
Put into pairs, the entrepreneurs visit a new city each week with the twist being that the most successful partnership who make the most money get to go home – with the losing team staying until the end of the show and one eventually becoming the Last Millionaire.
With cameras following the entrepreneurs day and night, the series sees each twosome working to a different business theme each week.
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