Meet the candidates
2 days ago The Apprentice meet the candidates there's certainly a wide range of candidates entering the boardroom for the new series. He says: “There's no need to watch your back when I'm already two steps in front.”. 3 days ago Tonight's episode of The Apprentice saw five candidates whittled down to two as this year's final inches ever closer. The remaining contestants. The new crew: Apprentice candidates Credit: BBC Ahead of the new series, here are the shiny suits and bradaggio-filled estate agents.
Kayode says he is brimming with ideas and throws himself into new ventures. Owner, eco cleaning company Having run her own eco-friendly cleaning business for the past three years, Khadija considers her people skills to be her best business asset.
He says he is inspired in business by his father who started his own airline. Kurran gets irked by people who are out for themselves rather than working collectively for the team and gets especially rattled by people who lie. He says that simply being himself will help him to breeze through the process.
Quality controller Rick, from Lancashire, says that one of his best qualities is his confidence and assertiveness and that being able to separate business from pleasure means he is good at getting the best from others. People will have to like it or lump it.
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Owner, tennis events company Sabrina, from Middlesex, says she has had her eye on making money from the age of 14, when she set up a business selling retro sweets as part of a Young Enterprise Scheme. PA Frank admits he can sometimes play people off against each other to get what he wants. He says he can be brutal when he needs to be and does not stand for people who are lazy or shirk responsibility.
Jackie Fast, 34, London Having sold her company in and published a business book inJackie says she is a trailblazer within the sponsorship industry and wider business community and credits her success to her positive attitude.
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Jasmine Kundra, 34, West Midlands Learning and development manager Jasmine has built her career on training others to better themselves and develop their skills and says that she loves enabling and empowering people. Jasmine admits to being very stubborn and says she likes to get her own way, however aims to use her charm and charisma to see her through the process.
Kayode Damali, 26, Cheshire Professional speaker Kayode delivers talks to inspire young people all over the country. Brimming with ideas, Kayode throws himself into new ventures. Khadija Kalifa, 28, Lincolnshire Having run her own eco-friendly cleaning business for the past 3 years, Khadija considers her people skills to be her best business asset.
He is inspired in business by his father who started his own airline. She was ultimately fired in Week 6, ironically on a car-selling task. Inshe was the winner of a special charity edition of The Weakest Linkfeaturing previous candidates of The Apprentice.
Her first baby Emmeline was born prematurely in and died on the same day. Jo also wrote the BBC Apprentice Column in and has written for The Guardian and many leading industry press on leadership issues affecting women.
Her loves are yoga, meditation, golf and swimming. She currently lives in London but her roots are in Hull. From her first job working the checkouts in Kwik Saveshe rose through the business ranks in various firms to become a global project manager. Dewberry went on to win the series, beating rival Ruth Badger in the final.
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Dewberry's first assignment for Sir Alan was to launch Xenon Green, a business that disposes of unwanted computer equipment. However, she and Sir Alan parted company in September She had a romantic relationship with fellow contestant Syed Ahmed and became pregnant by him. In August they lost the baby, who died before birth.
However, injury cut short his career and he found employment as a door-to-door salesman. He was born in South London but currently lives in Brighton. He described a good all-rounder and who gets on well with people.
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As one of the least educated contestants he joined the competition for a challenge. On the show Ansell gained a reputation as a "nice guy", reaching the final three before being dismissed. In the final he was selected by Ruth Badger to be on her team. He was brought back into the boardroom for the first task but later won as project manager the following week.
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He was dismissed in the seventh week of the process. He had previously worked for the Nationwide Building Societyeventually becoming a financial consultantand as a lacer for Clarks Shoes.