Flo Edwards Age: The Apprentice 2024

Flo Edwards is a recruitment consultant from London. She is known for her willingness to face challenges. She risked starting her own consulting but “fails” practically daily. She started her own consultancy and has proven herself with great performance history. She describes herself as, ‘My warning to the other candidates? Don’t underestimate me. I’m here to win.’

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What is her age?

Flo Edwards age is 27 years old, in 2024. She was born in 1997. She holds British nationality and comes from White Caucasian ethnicity.

Flo Edwards Wiki

Flo EdwardsWiki
Real NameFlo Edwards
NicknameFlo
ProfessionReality Star, Business woman
Age27 years (in 2024)
Date of Birth1997
BirthplaceLondon
NationalityBritish
ReligionChristian
SexualityStraight
Zodiac SignAquarius
Physical Stats
Height5 ft 5 in (165 cm)
Weight125 lb (57 kg)
Body Measurements
(chest-waist-hips)
44-32-38
Eye ColorDark Brown
Hair ColorBlonde
Shoe Size7 (US)
Body TypeFit
Have Tattoos?No
Personal Life
Martial StatusUnmarried
Previous Affairs?Not Known
BoyfriendSingle
Income
Net WorthNot known
Wealth SourceBusiness
Family
FatherName not known
MotherName not known
SiblingsNot known
Education
SchoolLocal High School
College/ UniversityGraduate
Social Media Profiles
InstagramNot active
XNot Active

Flo Edwards in ‘The Apprentice’

Flo Edwards is one of the 18 candidates in the show ‘The Apprentice’. When she was asked in an interview with BBC, Why do you deserve Lord Sugar’s investment? She said,

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“I don’t necessarily deserve Lord Sugar’s investment more than anyone else in the process; I have a great business and I have a proven track record of generating revenue. It’s important to note that I’ve taught my dog how to close a door. It may not seem like a big deal, but it shows my determination and ability to teach and train others, which can be applied to my business as well.

With Lord Sugar’s experience with scaling recruitment businesses, we can further enhance our equality, diversity, and inclusion initiatives, making a positive impact while also generating profits.”

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