The Apprentice 2022 Candidates: Meet the cast who faced Lord Sugar | Entertainment

The Apprentice 2022 Candidates: Meet the cast who faced Lord Sugar | Entertainment
The Apprentice 2022 Candidates: Meet the cast who faced Lord Sugar 

Everything you need to know about The Apprentice 2022 candidates

It’s finally Thursday, which can only mean one thing: An aspiring candidates will be brutally fired by Lord Alan Sugar on The Apprentice tonight.

The streak continues this week with the remaining candidates returning to Lord Sugar’s boardroom for another challenge.

So far we have eliminated eight contestants from The Apprentice 2022. Last week, Nick Schwering became the latest contestant to be eliminated after his team failed to host a successful Corporate Away-Day at Silverstone.

After stepping out, she posted a statement on Instagram: “I leave the process knowing I can’t dance or cook, but can have a little fun. What a ride. Loved every moment of it. Onward Dare not to go. I gave it my all, unfortunately that wasn’t enough. Thanks for the support and kind words. It means a lot.”

This week, contestants will take part in a TV sales task, selecting items they think the public will buy before whipping them up. The team winning the challenge will be protected from elimination, while at least one person from the losing team will be ejected.

After the show was put on hold for two years due to the coronavirus pandemic, The Apprentice returns to BBC One on Thursday 6 January, after being put on hold for two years due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Joining Lord Sugar in the boardroom for Season 16 are his right-hand colleague and businessman Baroness Karen Brady, as well as former champ Tim Campbell, who took over from Claude Leitner to take the season off to recover from surgery. were forced. An electric bike accident.

Together they will decide who should be Lord Sugar’s newest business partner and secure a £250,000 investment for their business. But, who will?

As the series continues, here is all you need to know about the Apprentice 2022 candidates who have already been fired on Apprentice.

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The Apprentice 2022 Candidates: Cast Members for Season 16

Aaron Willis

  • Age: 38
  • Job: Flight Operations Instructor
  • From: Chorley, Lancashire

After serving 12 years in the RAF as a Flight Operations Instructor, Aaron Willis is now off to start his own security business.

“My strongest point is that I can sell to anyone, and I think that’s why my business will be successful — because people will buy from me,” he says.

Akeem Bundu-Kamara

  • Age: 29
  • Job: Strategy manager for a financial firm
  • From: london

A self-confessed numbers boy, Akim Bundu-Kamara will bring his “calculated approach” to the boardroom.

He says he is ready to provide the facts and has “the ambition, drive and experience to work with strategy” to set him apart from the crowd.

Akshay Thakrar

  • Age: 28
  • Job: Owner of a Digital Marketing Agency
  • From: London

Akshay Thakrar believes that gold is a “waste of time”, and that he was put on this earth to do one thing, and only one job – earning money! He also speaks seven languages, so can communicate with “everyone”.

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Alex Short – Fired in Week 4

  • Age: 27
  • Job: Owner of a commercial cleaning company
  • From: Hertford

Despite dropping out of school after a first year of sixth form and facing some obstacles along the way, Alex Short is now on his way to triple his business at his cleaning company, which he describes as the “most influential” thing in the business. sees. , till now.

Amy Anzel – Fired in Week 6

  • Age: 48
  • Job: Owner of a Beauty Brand
  • From: London

Amy Anzel started her beauty business a little later in life, but now she has found what she loves to do. However, that doesn’t make him an easy boss. “I can be good when I need to be, but when I unfortunately have to be a bitch, I will,” she says.

Brittany Carter

  • Age: 25
  • Job: Hotel Front of House Manager
  • From: Bristol

Describing herself as kind, friendly and spirited, Brittany Carter is seeking Lord Sugar’s help to launch her business idea for the first alcoholic protein drink.

She says: “My motto for life is ‘Always look on the bright side, and be grateful for everything.'”

Conor Gilsenan – Fired in Week 2

  • Age: 28
  • Job: Sales Executive
  • From: London

Hard-working and “overpowered by money”, former professional rugby player Conor Gilsenan describes himself as a “corporate panther” with a record of getting deals. And he’s hoping to secure a new record of his own, as he thinks he’ll win the series.

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Francesca Kennedy Wallbank – Fired in Week 5

  • Age: 26
  • Job: Owner of a sustainability company
  • From: Surrey

Coming from a line of successful entrepreneurs, eco-conscious math graduate Francesca Kennedy Wallbank is confident she can win, saying: “I never lose anything, I always win.”

Harry Mahmood – Fired in Week 1

  • Age: 35
  • Job: Regional Operations Manager
  • From: West Midlands

Inspired by the kindness of his grandparents, Harry Mahmood seeks to help and support people.

He describes himself as “the Asian version of Lord Sugar”, and hopes they can work together to grow his bath bomb business, becoming “the bad boys of the bath bomb world”.

Harpreet Kaur

  • Age: 30
  • Job: Owner of a sweets parlor
  • From: West Yorkshire

Fearless and witty, Harpreet Kaur describes herself as a “born leader”. She plans to “level up” her successful, six-figure coffee and cake business to become a leading brand in the UK.

Katherine Louise Burn

  • Age: 29
  • Job: An online pajama store owner
  • From: Swindon

Having worked a variety of jobs from mortgage advisor to event manager, Katherine Louise Burn now has ambitious plans for her online pajama business and is confident they will one day be “worn by everyone”.

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Navid Sole – Fired in Week 3

  • Age: 27
  • Job: Pharmacist
  • From: London

With the help and expertise of qualified pharmacist and Nicki Minaj superfan, Navid Sole Lord Sugar aspires to build a successful pharmacy business.

“Nothing scares me because I feel like I’m a strong character, a strong person, [with] a strong mindset,” he says.

Nick Showering – Fired at Week 8

  • Age: 31
  • Job: Finance Manager
  • From: London

Qualified accountant Nick Showering hopes to make a name for himself in the beverage industry with his flavored water line, after working in the “shadow” of his family business.

Sophie Wilding – Fired in Week 7

  • Age: 32
  • Job: Owner of a boutique cocktail bar
  • From: Cheltenham

Saleswoman-turned-businesswoman, Sophie Wilding describes herself as magical and enchanting, and has big renovation plans for her boutique cocktail bar.

She says: “Failure is not an option, winning is part of my DNA.”

Shama Amin – Withdrew in the third week

  • Age: 41
  • Job: Owner of Children’s Day Nursery
  • From: Bradford

Shama Amin is a 41-year-old mother of five who is passionate about babysitting and describes herself as loyal, determined and outspoken.

“Being a woman of colour, wearing a head scarf, and the challenges we face daily, I just want to be a living example to Asian women and South Asian women,” she says.

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Unfortunately Shama Amin left The Apprentice due to health issue.

In the third week, Shama quit the show because she suffers from rheumatoid arthritis, a chronic condition that causes pain and stiffness in the joints, which has shown the physical aspects of reality to be a serious challenge for her.

Stephanie Affleck

  • Age: 28
  • Job: Children’s online store owner
  • From: Kento

Confident, decisive and brutally honest, Stephanie Affleck is looking for funding and support to grow her designer childrenswear store.

“I’m an East London girl, and I’ve got that crap work ethic. I have patience, determination and I’m determined to succeed,” she says.

New episodes of The Apprentice Series 16 air Thursday on BBC One and BBC iPlayer.

Source: Grace Henry, RadioTimes.com, Direct News 99

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