Born into a family of bankers, builders and printers, Campbell left school at 16, joining NatWest as a cash-counter and cashpoint filler.She attended night school to study for banking qualifications and on passing her exams, moved to a job in Natwest's head office in London. She may be a dragon in the den, but the cash machine entrepreneur Jenny Campbell is a pussycat when it comes to her dogs. Who is Jenny Campbell’s Husband? Thanks for all the good times, Jenny, and may your gin glass always be full.”Jenny, a self-confessed gin enthusiast, recently invested in a new gin brand called Didsbury Gin.Jenny quit the show to concentrate her energies on her new role with the Prince’s Trust Enterprise Programme and her sons’ businesses.In a statement, she said: “I have invested in businesses and entrepreneurs who I believe I can add real value to personally, and I look forward to working with each of them closely over the next few years.“It has been a tough decision to step down but I now want to focus on my new role with the Prince’s Trust Enterprise Fellowship Programme which supports young entrepreneurs in setting up and growing their own businesses, as well as help my sons Rik and Tom on their own entrepreneurial journeys.”Patrick Holland, Controller of BBC2, said: “Jenny has been a brilliant Dragon and the audience have loved her sharp analysis and cutting wit. Well, I quite like it when there are two entrepreneurs because I think you tend to get a Yin and Yang.
Campbell, 56, the latest multimillionaire investor to join the hit BBC2 series Her first award came at the age of 23 when, having completed her banking qualifications, she was awarded a In 2011 and in 2013, Campbell was recognised as the In 2014, Campbell was named the winner of the Businesswoman of the Year award from The awards chair Judy Groves said: “Jenny is a fantastic business role model and we are certain that women across the UK will be inspired by her journey, having worked her way up from a bank cashier to an entrepreneur of a successful European business.” They had worked in government, worked in corporate, but they’ve also been entrepreneurs in a space which I feel quite strongly about. She may be a dragon in the den, but the cash machine entrepreneur Jenny Campbell is a pussycat when it comes to her dogs. They can bounce off each other and lean on each other. I also suspect that's why so few founders on the show accept her offers. By Amy Johnson PUBLISHED: 22:07, Sun, Jan 27, 2019 Please The subscription details associated with this account need to be updated. She's never actually held a gun or been in the trenches. By 2013 Campbell was able to take majority control of Hanco, which she relaunched as YourCash Europe. She built up a reputation of not making an investment in any business on the show, despite eventually investing in hemp skincare producer Carun UK, truck advertising firm Driven Media and also investing in energy switching service Look After My Bills. Following the RBS takeover of In 2006 Campbell was appointed Head of Operations at Hanco ATM Systems, a subsidiary of RBS which would eventually become YourCash. But it’s the dogs we care about more, right? Jenny Campbell will step down as a Dragon at the end of the current series of Dragons’ Den with her last episode airing on Sunday 3 February 2019 on BBC Two. newspaper archive.Dragons’ Den winners claim to take hassle out of savingRachel Riley Twitter: Countdown star gushes over unexpected hostDragons' Den 2019: Jenny has been in the role for two years Dragons’ Den: 'I'm actually clammy' Peter Jones and hopeful clashTej Lalvani net worth: Dragon’s Den star has this much in the bankDragons' Den 2019: The programme is on the hunt for a new Dragon 
Jenny, a self-confessed gin enthusiast, recently invested in a new gin brand called Didsbury Gin. Hanco had significantly expanded in a short period of time and was making an annual loss of £7 million.When the 2007 economic recession caused RBS to initiate the process of selling Hanco,In 2013, Campbell led a successful secondary buy out and the management team acquired 100% of the business through a refinancing agreement.Under Campbell’s guidance, YourCash continued to grow its ATM fleets in the UK and the Netherlands as well as expanding into Belgium and Ireland.In October 2016 the business was acquired by Euronet Worldwide Inc., a global leader in processing secure electronic financial and payment transactions. E ighteen months ago, Dragon’s Den star Jenny Campbell sold ATM business YourCash for £50m. Screen Shot: Jenny Campbell. The tough-talking entrepreneur joined the show in 2017 in its 15th series but quit last month working alongside other Dragons Peter Jones, Deborah Meaden, Touker Suleyman, and Tej Lalvani.The former banker is worth £50m after selling her company AMT business YourCash in 2016.
They have two sons: Rik, 29, and Tom, 25. If I needed to turn around a struggling bank, then Jenny would be my top choice.
What is Jenny Campbell’s net worth? Jenny is married to husband Andrew, who is now retired after 30 years of service in the RAF. DRAGONS’ DEN will see one star of the show bow out from her role as a Dragon as Jenny Campbell will not be returning for another series. https://www.bbc.co.uk/.../profiles/BTZYzR73KNRwnZG94vMKz/jenny-campbell They recognize that Peter, Deborah, and so on have been in their shoes. order back issues and use the historic Daily Express She left school at 16 and began her working life counting cash at a branch of NatWest.We have noticed that there is an issue with your subscription billing details. Please see our Jenny will leave the Den for good as her last episode airs next Sunday, February 3.The 57-year-old is departing the BBC programme to focus on her role within the Prince’s Trust Enterprise.In a statement, Jenny said: “Having been a fan of Dragons Den since it first aired in 2005 I was absolutely delighted and proud to have the opportunity of becoming a Dragon myself.“I have invested in businesses and entrepreneurs who I believe I can add real value to personally, and I look forward to working with each of them closely over the next few years.“It has been a tough decision to step down but I now want to focus on my new role with the Prince’s Trust Enterprise Fellowship Programme which supports young entrepreneurs in setting up and growing their own businesses.”Jenny also added she’d be helping out her sons with their entrepreneurial journeys.Investments Jenny made during her time on the programme include a gin business, hemp skincare producer and a truck advertising firm.Meanwhile, Patrick Holland, Controller of BBC Two said: “Jenny has been a brilliant dragon and the audience have loved her sharp analysis and cutting wit.“I want to thank her and wish her all the best with her next ventures.“Dragons’ Den continues to be a foundation stone for the BBC Two schedule with a re-energised visual approach, going from strength to strength with over 2.6 million viewers watching every week.“I look forward to the next dragon to step into the den.”Jenny worked in the banking trade for 30 years before pursuing a new challenge.Jenny was the founder and former CEO of YourCash Europe after taking on a restructure of Hanco ATM Systems.Ten years after taking on the business, Jenny sold it on for £50 million in 2016.According to Jenny’s profile on the BBC website for the programme, her favourite business motto is “live by corporate standards, but breathe like an entrepreneur”.The BBC are now on the hunt for a new Dragon to fill Jenny’s shoes.Casting is set to take place ahead of filming for series 17 which begins in the spring as the show returns later this year.But the remaining four dragons are expected to return to the Den. I remember thinking here’s two relatively modest, intelligent, articulate guys who’ve got some history behind them.