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Andrew Reynolds became a self-made Millionaire at the age of 45

He went on to win the coveted Surrey Business Person of the Year Award together with the Small Business of the Year Award.

Further awards have followed including Business Event of the Year and Best UK and International Conference for his sold out Entrepreneurs Bootcamp – a charity event which he held at the O2 Arena in London. Attended by 8,000 aspiring home based entrepreneurs from all over the world, this event raised over £700,000 for the Make-A-Wish Foundation children’s charity.

He has since appeared on television a number of times, on Sky, BBC1 and BBC2. He became a Patron of the Prince’s Trust and has been commended for his business initiatives for young people such as Make Your Mark with a Tenner. An initiative he funded to teach young people about making money on a budget and about the importance of social.

Social responsibility is a subject Andrew is passionate about which is why, more than just creating his own personal financial success, he has also used the ideas he shares in his latest book – COPY THIS IDEA published by Wiley – to raise millions of pounds for national children’s charities such as Great Ormond Street and the Make-A-Wish Foundation along with other local charities including Disability Initiative and the Phyllis Tucker Hospice.

Andrew Reynolds became a self-made Millionaire at the age of 45 after starting a small business in his spare room at home - and became a Multi-Millionaire by the time he was 50, using a technique for making money that he shares in his book, Copy This Idea.