Isuzu boss Nikki King to feature on Channel 4’s Undercover Boss

London, UK: Isuzu Truck‘s managing director Nikki King is to take part in Channel 4’s ‘Undercover Boss’ series.

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Nikki King, managing director of Isuzu Truck UK, returns to the shopfloor for Channel 4 TV

King, who has been awarded an OBE for her services to industry, heads up commercial vehicle distributor Isuzu Truck (UK).

She worked her way to the top in a male-dominated industry but  for the programme she returns to the shop floor at dealership level as ‘Pauline’ to gain a new insight and understanding into what makes her company tick.

 

The episode will be shown on Channel 4 on Tuesday 26 July at 9.00pm.

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