Owner of a design and marketing agency and The Apprentice UK series 12 candidate Rebecca Jeffery has an estimated net worth in the thousands.
Jeffery, from Greater Manchester, is the owner of a marketing and design business, Fi & Becs, working as both the account manager and creative director.
How did Jeffrey make her money?
Jeffery graduated from Nottingham University in 2006 with a degree in American and Canadian Studies. She then worked in HR and Marketing for 18 months for a B2B telecoms company before getting a position on the Times Top 100 Graduate Management Scheme at The Co-operative Group in 2008.
Over the five years, at The Co-operative Group, Jeffrey managed marketing and PR projects for The Co-operative Food, The Co-operative Legal Services and The Co-operative Funeralcare.
Jeffrey runs her company, Fi & Becs, alongside her sister. Jeffrey is the copywriter and marketer for the company and has worked with big UK brands such as Matalan, Knuma, Lake District Hotels and Your Housing Group.
Jeffrey 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.