Leah Totton has been going from strength to strength in the business world ever since she came out on top in 2013’s The Apprentice final and the 28-year-old has shown no signs of slowing down when it comes to building her empire. Leah is now set to open her second clinic after Lord Sugar invested £250,000 in her Botox business following her victory on the BBC reality show.
The entrepreneur, a former doctor, already runs a successful clinic in central London and she took to Twitter to announce the launch of her second business in Loughton, Essex. The new clinic offers many treatments, including hair transplants, skin peels, laser treatments, and facial injections.
Leah is currently thought to be on her way to earning her first million and she recently spoke to MailOnline about how new entrepreneurs can get investment for starting in the world of business. She told the paper that if you have an idea you feel passionate about you have to ‘make others see your vision’ in order to secure investment to build a business. She also spoke about tighter regulations surrounding cosmetic procedures, saying she felt there was ‘a huge need’ for the entire sector to be better controlled in order to put ‘patient safety over and above profitability.’