The competition was founded this year to celebrate the amazing career progress that young people have made after finding apprenticeships through Twin's employment division.
James Markey found his apprenticeship with B&O through Twin after finding it hard to secure a job after leaving college.
Mr Markey said: "When I finished college I couldn't find a job so the job centre referred me to Twin. Twin got me an interview at B&O which was actually the first job interview I had been offered in a year.
"It all happened off the cuff but I thought I would take a chance and its been brilliant so far.
"From the first day I started at B&O I was thrown in at the deep end helping engineers out with installations and repairs, then after a while I was asked to come in dressed in a suit to work in store with customer sales, so it has been the best of both worlds for me.
"The fact that I have been able to try both sides of the business at B&O and work out which I prefer has been a really good feature of my apprenticeship."
Mr Markey added: "In the future I would like to work more with the installation and technical side of things. I never thought that kind of job would suit me but from the moment I started doing it I loved it."
Vitaliy Zaporozhets, Twin Employer Engagement Leader, visited the B&O store in Canary Wharf where James works to present him with the award.
Mr Zaporozhets said: "I am delighted to present this award to James as his story symbolises the kind of positive training and education that an apprenticeship can offer.
"When James finishes his apprenticeship with B&O I'm sure he will go on to have a very successful career in the audio technology industry."