By Daniel Hunter

Scotland's first billionaire Sir Tom Hunter is set to offer his advice to aspiring entrepreneurs on the latest episode of Fortune Hunter.

Glasgow born, Sir Tom, who first made his fortune selling retail brand Sports Division to JJB Sports for £290m in 1998, joins Fortune Hunter show host, Lyndon Wood, in discussing the importance of mentoring in business and offering an insight into his own personal successes.

A new episode of business TV show, Fortune Hunter, appears on our screens the last Tuesday of every month, with each episode offering budding entrepreneurs, start-ups and current business owners, leading industry advice.

Sir Tom Hunter, who received his knighthood in 2005 for “services to Philanthropy and to Entrepreneurship in Scotland" will also be joined on the show by, Eric Ho (YOYO Noodle Franchise Owner, & International Speaker), Julianne Ponan (Creative Foods), Carolyn Pearson (Maiden Voyage), and Lilach Bullock (Comms Axis and Social Media Influencer).

Ahead of the second episode, Fortune Hunter show host, Lyndon Wood, who is also the founder of and Insurance giants, Moorhouse Group and said: “We have some outstanding guests on our next show, and not many entrepreneurs are more successful in the UK right now than Sir Tom Hunter. It was a real honour to have Sir Tom speak about his experiences and offer aspiring entrepreneurs real golden nuggets of advice.

“There is a big focus on how we communicate as individuals and how we communicate our business during episode two and viewers will receive some amazing top level insight from communication specialist Lilach Bullock. That’s the awesome thing about each episode of Fortune Hunter, we can all learn.

“Anybody watching Fortune Hunter should be sat there watching it with a pen and paper, taking notes because no matter what stage you’re at in business, you can never stop learning and there is something everyone in business can take away from this programme.”

Interested viewers can tune into Fortune Hunter, 8pm Showcase TV (Sky 192) and Freesat 402.