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The firing line-up of TV series Apprentice.


THE Apprentice is back for it's 14th series, bringing with it 16 new candidates with their wheelie suitcases and hilariously lofty claims.

The hit BBC show is back on BBC One at 9pm on Wednesday, October 3, as budding entrepreneurs are put through their paces by Lord Alan Sugar, Baroness Karren Brady and Claude Littner.

In the series, Lord Sugar sends the candidates to Malta tasked with buying nine items at the lowest possible prices, puts them in Glasgow to sell art and has them launch a budget airline.

Last year, the show was won by James White and Sarah Lynn, the first time two finalists were joint winners.

This year's candidates come from a broad range of backgrounds, all with a passionate desire to secure a PS250,000 investment and win a partnership with Lord Sugar, pictured.

At the top are this year's contestants from Manchester, Cheshire and Lancashire. The other budding apprentices are: | Alex Finn - Age: 21; Occupation: IT Analyst; Lives: The Wirral | Daniel Elahi - Age: 28; Occupation: Owner, Lifestyle Brand; Lives: London | David Alden - Age: 32; Occupation: Tax Advisor; Lives: East Yorkshire | Frank Brooks - Age: 27; Occupation: Senior Marketing Manager; Lives: London | Jackie Fast - Age: 34; Occupation: Sponsorship Consultant; Lives: London | Jasmine Kundra - Age: 34; Occupation: Learning and Development Manager; Lives: West Midlands | Khadija Kalifa - Age: 28; Occupation: Owner, Eco Cleaning Company; Lives: Lincolnshire | Kurran Pooni - Age: 22; Occupation: Law Graduate; Lives: London | Sabrina Stocker - Age: 22; Occupation: Owner, Tennis Events Company; Lives: Middlesex | Sarah Ann Magson - Age: 37; Occupation: Solicitor; Lives: Teesside | Sian Gabbidon - Age: 25; Occupation: Owner, Swimwear Brand; Lives: Leeds | Tom Bunday - Age: 28; Occupation: Owner, Tree Surgery Firm; Lives: Southampton SARAH BYRNE Age: 29 Occupation: Owner, Children's Acting Academy Lives: Manchester Sarah owns and runs an acting academy for children. She says she wants to be a role model to her young daughter and hopes her hard work and life experience will aid her in the process. She admits she's not good with business terminology and is angered by people in business who turn their noses up at the working-class demographic.

KAYODE DAMALI Age: 26 Occupation: Professional Speaker Lives: Cheshire Professional speaker and former Manchester Metropolitan University student Kayode delivers talks to inspire young people all over the country.

Brimming with ideas, Kayode throws himself into new ventures. He believes his positive personality and natural likeability will lead to success in the boardroom.

CAMILLA AINSWORTH Age: 22 Occupation: Owner, Nut Milk Brand Lives: Lancashire Former University of Manchester student Camilla admits to being an adrenaline junkie and loves to try anything new and exciting, from skydiving to swimming with sharks. She believes her people skills are her biggest strength, although feels her openness and willingness to overshare can sometimes work against her.

News RICK MONK Age: 33 Occupation: Quality Controller Lives: Lancashire Rick 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. Rick believes befriending all the contestants will set him in good stead to get their backing but warns he is a 'wolf in sheep's clothing'.
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Publication:Manchester Evening News (Manchester, United Kingdom)
Geographic Code:4EUUK
Date:Sep 27, 2018
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