Who is Jenny Campbell, what's her net worth and what is the Dragons' Den star's business YourCash?

But, what do we know about her, what's her net worth, and what's her business YourCash? Here is what we know…

Who is Jenny Campbell and what's her net worth?

Jenny Campbell was born in Hyde, Cheshire, on October 5, 1961 – that makes her 56.

Campbell is married and lives in rural Suffolk with her husband and dogs. She has two sons.

She previously spent 32 years with the Royal Bank of Scotland Group in various roles, including sales, operational, change, risk and management

When asked to reveal her net worth, Campbell laughed and said: “What I will say is, it’s common knowledge that I sold the business for £50 million.

“I was one of a number of shareholders in that, as well as we had to pay the mortgage off, so anything from nought to 50.

“But my sons will tell you that I’m priceless.”


What is Jenny's business YourCash?

Jenny bought YourCash Europe Ltd – an independent cash machine operator – from RBS in 2010.

YourCash is estimated to turnover £30m and operates more than 5,000 ATMs in the retail and corporate markets.

It was set up in 2000, as a private limited company under the name Hanco ATM Systems.

In October 2016, YourCash was acquired by Euronet Worldwide Inc – but Campbell is still Chief Executive.

What is Dragons' Den?

Budding entrepreneurs get three minutes to pitch their business ideas to five multimillionaires who are willing to invest their own cash to kick-start the businesses.

After each pitch, the Dragons have the opportunity to ask questions about the venture.

The entrepreneurs don't always have to answer, but of course, what they choose not to address could very well affect the outcome.

A Dragon who, having heard the pitch, does not wish to invest, must declare themselves "out", implying that they leave the discussion.

Supplement supremo Tej Lalvani joins Jenny once again and they will be brandishing their chequebooks alongside serial investor Deborah Meaden, technology titan Peter Jones and fashion retail tycoon Touker Suleyman.

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