Apprentice winner chooses Positive Communications

Dr Leah Totton, winner of the BBC TV series The Apprentice in 2013, has hired Positive Communications to handle her PR.

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Dr Leah Totton

After winning The Apprentice in 2013, Totton, already a practicing doctor when she applied to be on the BBC series, went on to open two cosmetic skin clinics with her business partner Lord Alan Sugar.

Totton invested the £250,000 prize money from The Apprentice to establish the cosmetic skin clinics, with the first of the self-titled Dr Leah Clinics launched in Moorgate, Central London, in 2014. A second launched in Loughton, Essex, in 2016.

Positive has been briefed to provide a press office function for Totton, which will act as the first point of contact for all journalist enquiries, interview requests and images.

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