List of The Apprentice candidates (UK series 3) - Wikipedia
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Maybe he can motivationally talk his way to the top, though. She also says she has a "hot head", which may make life difficult for the idiots on the series. A year-old law graduate from London Kurran doesn't cite showbiz entrepreneurs as his inspiration, but his father, who started his own airline.
List of The Apprentice candidates (UK) - Wikipedia
He's definitely not just the privileged son of a successful businessman, though: A year-old quality controller from Lancashire Rick prides himself on being able to separate business from pleasure, but warns that he's a "wolf in sheep's clothing", and is up for making duplicitous friendships with his fellow apprentices.
Sabrina owns a tennis events company. She's 22 and from Middlesex. Sabrina's business role models are either fictional or not actually business leaders. The year-old owner of a children's acting academy from Manchester Given her profession, one might imagine Byrne's experience around entitled children may bode well for her time on The Apprentice. A year-old solicitor from Teesside In spite of the worrying news that solicitor Sarah says she struggles with timekeeping and organisation, she does say she's charming enough to beat her competitors.
She also likes to make up bad strap lines about herself: A Leeds-based swimwear brand owner. Her goal is "to be CEO of a large global brand builder by 40". They reported on how Katie Hopkins had "got the sack", referring to her being sacked from her job because of details of her private life which were revealed in the tabloids.
Show host Alan Carr commented on this, saying "Normally when Katie gets the sack she grabs it in her right hand and rams it down her throat".
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Hopkins herself appeared on the show the next week, only to be met with heavy booing from the audience. Carr also told her that she should learn not to "put out" on a first date.
Hopkins was a contestant on I'm a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here! She finished 13th, with 8, votes. He has an ambition to run an internationally successful company after being one of only a small number of students from his comprehensive school to graduate University.
He graduated in Sport Management. He claims to earn three times the average wage of the kids he went to school with. He says "My strengths and my weaknesses are often the same thing — on occasion my confidence can come across as arrogance to those who don't know me. Hosker is now a Director in a North West-based I. An article in a local North West newspaper stated that he is involved in the design of Sport Management Software for use in elite sport. His only regular public appearance was as a match presenter at Blackburn Rovers where he was seen making the half-time announcements on the pitch, although he has now relinquished this role.
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Andrew Jackson[ edit ] Andrew Jackson, a year-old car salesman from Leedsis a father of three. His hobbies include playing online poker, buying and selling cars, and trading on eBay. Featured in the official Apprentice publication as one of the last magnificent 7 candidates to appear, she was invited back to appear on the final episode 'personally' by Lord Alan Sugar, where she aided Simon Ambrose in becoming the series winner.
She works as a research scientist for an aviation and shipping design company. Kain commented "I can understand the technical side of things but also have vision. Starting his first company at 16, he says "I would like people to see me as the nice guy.
My game plan is to be myself and get on with things". He is the first openly gay UK Apprentice candidate.
After leaving the show Kalburgi launched his own company, PashFash, a new men's fashion label, for London Fashion Week He is currently a design consultant for BT Retail in London.
Rory Laing[ edit ] Rory Laing, 29, was born the youngest of three boys and brought up near Dublin, Ireland. His family moved to England when he was aged 5. He had employed over staff across his three previous companies, including Kate Middleton.
These companies were all operating in the events industry, predominantly supplying staff to large summer events like Henley Royal Regatta and Royal Ascot. He stepped up as project manager on a design task in the second week, and was noted for his insistence on absolute discipline, including ordering his team-members to take off their blazers while he kept his on in order to clearly show who was in charge.
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This autocratic leadership style resulted in Rory being in near constant argument with Tre Azamcumlinating in an aggressive exchange at midnight, with Laing arguing that he was the team's "boss," and Azam replying that he was only the project manager, eventually ending in Azam telling him that "You're nothing to me.
Rory thus became the first candidate to be victim of an unexpected double firing. Although fired in the second week, his design in the final, when he returned as part of Simon Ambrose 's team, helped Ambrose to win the competition.
The flights were the first Zeppelin flights offered to the public since the Graf Zeppelin in The company was reported dissolved as of 24 February On 18 May he was appointed director of Lark Aerial Systems Limited; the company was dissolved on 16 October She has visited Sierra Leone and Russia where her father worked in diamond and gold mining.
Lay was fired from the programme during the tenth episode. The majority of the audience on You're Fired disagreed with the decision and Simon Ambrose was considered to have deserved be fired that week for failing to manage the team properly. Sir Alan subsequently acknowledged that her firing might have seemed unfair on the basis of that task, but added that she had never once impressed him in the ten weeks she had lasted, and felt that she had been "incredibly lucky" to get that far without being fired.
Natalie Wood[ edit ] Natalie Wood is a mother of two and former receptionist who believed she would thrive under Sir Alan's management. Who needs the truth wrapped up with fairy lights? Say it how it is!