A footballer’s new best Buddy


A SCHOOLBOY is making a name for himself in the business world with an invention to clean muddy boots – after a telling off from his mum. Arminder Singh Dhillon, 15, is the youngest person to win investment on BBC show Dragon’s Den, where inventors pitch ideas to a panel of tycoons. He recently won two business awards for Boot Buddy, a device which combines a water bottle, plastic knife and washing up brush for dirty footwear. The teenager, who invented the product aged 11, juggles running the business with studying for his GCSEs. Arminder, from Battersea in south London,…

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