A top entrepreneur who started at the age of 14 has been interviewed by Jill Dando News reporter Grace, 11

By Jill Dando News

Timo Armoo has built a brilliant firm called Fanbytes worth tens of millions of pounds – and he started his entrepreneurial career at the age of 14.

Brilliant Grace 11, of Jill, Dando News has been interviewing him along with Business Leader magazine.

The student, from Castle Batch Primary School Academy in Weston-super-Mare, Somerset, is part of ‘Jill Dando News, helping keep the legacy of Jill Dando alive.

To hear her question and answer click here https://youtu.be/J8Dqk_jquQY

To see the full interview hosted by Josh Dornbrack and talking about why firms should be camels not unicorns, https://www.businessleader.co.uk/business-leader-podcast-timo-armoo/

The Jill Dando News reporters are joining with Business Leader and the Good News Post newspaper in the unique interviewing project.

Business Leader with 100,000 subscribers across the nation and a print edition are interviewing top high-flying business people each week including SAS: Who Dares Wins star Ollie Ollerton and Dragons Theo Paphitis and Steven Bartlett.

Now in a slot called the ‘Good News Postcard’ students aged 9 to 18 in Jill Dando News in The Priory Learning Trust schools are asking a range of questions as part of the interview.

Jill Dando News is a journalist training academy based in the UK that has trained up hundreds of young reporters in the model of ex BBC TV star Jill Dando. 

Their stories go on the Good News Post www.goodnewspost.co.uk 

Reporters aim to be kind, positive and brilliant in their journalistic interviews and writing. 

Reporters in 2017 post their stories to Good News Post and the wider Media.

Jill Dando News was set up with a mission to take Worle to the World with global good news.

They have previously interviewed Prime Minister Boris Johnson in Downing Street in front of millions of global TV viewers, TV’s Fiona Bruce, a NASA astronaut and more after being trained for 6 years by professional journalists and Jill’s brother Nigel Dando with 48 years’ experience.