Win a copy of the book “Sex, Leadership and Rock’n’Roll” by Peter Cook

In this film, Peter describes his book ‘Sex, Leadership and Rock’n’Roll.

To win a copy of Peter’s highly acclaimed book, all you have to do is answer this question.

Who is offering £250,000 of his own money as an investment to help start a new business venture in the current series of the UK version of “The Apprentice” on BBC1?

a) Lord Alan Sugar
b) Alan Shearer
c) Alan Partridge

We have one copy of the book “Sex, Leadership and Rock’n’Roll” to give away which has been kindly donated to KBTV by Peter Cook.

To enter the competition. All you have to do is go to the “contact” section on the homepage of Kent Business TV and send us an email with your full name, telephone number and answer. In the “subject space”, please write Competition and in the message section enter your name, telephone number and one answer only. Only one answer will be accepted on each entry.

All the correct answers will go into a draw and one winner will be selected at random by our independent adjudicator and the winner will be notified by 30th June 2011. On July 1st, the winner will be announced on this website.

Closing date for entry is 12 Noon (UK Time) on 24th June 2011.

Please Note that there is no cash alternative.

About Peter Cook:

Peter Cook leads The Academy of Rock – Conferences and Events that blend world class business thinking with the power of music, serving companies such as Pfizer, Unilever, The United Nations, Ashridge Business School and Johnson and Johnson. Peter started life as a chemist, has an MBA and a ‘university of life’ qualification in leading rock bands. Author of ‘Best Practice Creativity’ and ‘Sex, Leadership and Rock’n’Roll’, acclaimed by Professor Charles Handy and Tom Peters. Peter has appeared on BBC Radio, TV and the Institute of Directors with his ideas.

Contact Peter for your next conference or masterclass event via the websites or by e-mail


  1. Peter Cook says:

    I feel the question is too hard for me to answer! 🙂

  2. David Bourke says:


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