CREATOR | ENTREPRENEUR
My first real business was selling sweets, polo shirts, and FIFA 13 Ultimate Team coins on the school playground. I got into trouble, but don't blame me; blame the teachers for not having a sweet tooth.
Studied economics at the University of Nottingham but mainly went clubbing. Sold club tickets, using a computer science student's help to buy 1000s instantly. Spent my entire student loan on tickets. It was worth it.
Landed a fancy job at Barclays in Canary Wharf. Got promoted to Assistant Vice-President, and the money was too good to pass up. But it wasn't fulfilling, so I launched Avi TV, centred around business, wealth and success.
Next thing you know, I somehow convinced the producers of BBC's The Apprentice to let me on the show. Barclays gave me an ultimatum: the show or the job. Now I'm unemployed but famous.
My life motto
This derives from 'give more, expect less'.
I believe we should expect nothing.