As part of the programme, Andy will be teamed up with other business leaders, visionaries, and teenage prodigies to come up with financially viable solutions to solve social issues across the globe.
Once assigned with a social issue, the task for Andy and his team will be to come up with a viable business plan within four days to tackle the problem, before pitching the solution to investors and viewers to secure funding.
It is hoped that by bringing some of the world’s most promising minds together in this way, the world will be changed by solving a social issue that affects millions of people.
Social issues selected for The Social Movement’s teams to address could range from ending suicide and cyberbullying to reinventing the education system, ending world poverty and much, much more.
Andy Mills-Brown, who accepted an invitation from the programme's production team to take part, said: “The best way of describing The Social Movement would be to think of The Apprentice meeting Dragon’s Den or Shark Tank, wrapped into a docuseries solving world social issues using CEOs and industry leaders.
“My team will be given a social issue and have four days to create a business plan and pitch it to investors and viewers to get our mission funded. Our ideas will help change the world by solving a social issue that impacts millions.
For UK viewers, the second season of The Social Movement will be available on Amazon Prime, Apple TV, H2H, Roku, Vudu, Google Play and Xbox.
The extended trailer for the upcoming series can be seen below.