Clothing company owner and The Apprentice UK series 12 candidate Frances Bishop has an estimated net worth in the thousands.
Bishop, originally from West Bridgford is married to former Notts County skipper Neal Bishop and appearing on the 12th series of thr BBC One show The Apprentice.
She has previously worked as marketing consultant and web designer. She is the co-owner of boutique children’s clothing business Pud, which has stores in Newark and Doncaster.
How did Bishop make her money?
Bishop set up her clothing company The Pud Store, alongside business partner Rachel Mawby. The clothing store sells an exclusive range of designer brand and boutique childrenswear at outlet prices.
Launched initially as an online retailer, Bishop and Mawby opened a pop-up store in Bridlesmith Gate at the start of December 2014. After the success of their pop-up store in the city, the duo had secured a permanent address inside Nottingham’s Flying Horse Walk.
The store, located in the East Midlands area, has been featured Drapers, and with the Drapers Independent and Nottingham Post Business Awards.
Bishop and Mayby also have stores in Doncaster and Radcliffe-on-Trent.
Bishop appears on the BBC One 12th series of The Apprentice UK, front lined by Lord Sugar.
The Apprentice is a British reality game show in which a group of aspiring businesswomen and men compete for the chance to win a £250,000 investment from British business magnate, Alan Sugar, towards a business of the candidate’s creation, with Sugar as a 50% owner.