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He has said the funds enabled him to take on more staff, update technology and open four more offices around the UK. Another star of the series was Welsh beauty salon owner Charleine Weinwho was desperate to be the first Welsh winner. It didn't work out but that hasn't stopped her having plans to expand her business. Read More Series Leah, a qualified doctor and now one of the UK's youngest cosmetic surgeons, offers anti-ageing treatments, laser hair removal and effective alternatives to surgical liposuction through her clinic which is appropriately named Dr Leah.
Ricky Martin Ricky Martin left with panel judge Nick Hewer The former pro wrestler who famously dubbed himself 'the reflection of perfection' won over Lord Sugar with his business plan for a specialist science and technology recruitment company.
Today they are partners in Hyper Recruitment Solutions with Ricky managing the day-to-day running of the firm. Tom Pellereau Business partners: Tom's victory in The Apprentice came despite him being the worst-performing winner in the show's history losing eight of the eleven weekly tasks.
Stella English Stella English Series six winner Stella made the headlines for taking Lord Sugar to court for constructive dismissal — a case she ultimately lost. She had initially impressed on the show and was tipped for triumph from start to finish, so it was little surprise she was hired and rewarded with a job at Lord Sugar's Viglen IT company.
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After a year in the role, Yasmina went on maternity leave but never fully returned to work after falling pregnant again just months after giving birth to her first child. She resigned in to concentrate on her family and these days, she is the creative director of Start Up Loans — a company that provides mentoring and finance to 60, entrepreneurs and is funded by the UK Government. He was educated at a state comprehensive school, Queensmead Schoolin South Ruislip.
He bought his first house at the age of 18 and then went on to buy another one for his mother. His first job was as a Catering Manager at Harrow School. During Series 4 McQueen was caught out lying on his CV and had a record of 7 wins and 3 losses including winning both his tasks as project manager and never featuring in the bottom three  on his way to winning the series finale which saw a record 10 million viewers tune in.
She then studied Performing Arts at Solihull Collegewhilst starting a business at the age of 17, which she ran for two years. At 19, she worked for Phones 4U. She now has her own house in Bromsgrove.
He lives in Woking. He was fired in week 6, It was suggested in that week's You're Fired that Kevin might have been able to save himself if he had taken Jenny back into the boardroom instead of Sara and Claire. He then moved on to work for Santander as a Wealth Manager.
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Simon Smith[ edit ] Simon Smith is a senior satellite television engineer who despite nine years service in the Royal Artillery and a self-avowed IQ of  only reached the most junior Non-Commissioned Officer rank of Lance Bombardier; a rank that, in his own words, carried "massive responsibility". He is a year-old telesales executive. On one of these occasions Week 7 Sophocles' over-enthusiasm and tactics actually reminded Sir Alan of himself when he was younger, although he later expressed regret about this in The Apprentice: Why I fired them, saying "Sir Al doesn't get it right all the time, you know.
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Sophocles later described himself as a "dead man walking". In June she was employed by General Electric and worked there until She was fired in the finals after her team made an expensive bottle unfeasibly cheap, resulting in their losing the task.
She was one of the few candidates that never sold a story to the press and those close to her say she has very mixed feelings about the experience. He was fired in week three. In the Why I Fired Them special from later in that series, Sugar deemed Stringer to have been the worst candidate from this series, and branded him "an absolute waste of space. Has a golf handicap of 43, and has gone through 15 pairs of hair straighteners since starting to use them at the age of Shazia Wahab[ edit ] Shazia Wahab is a year-old mosaic artist and company director.
Her family, including her 11 brothers and sisters, hold a Guinness World Record for the number of university degrees held between them in the United Kingdom.
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This was considered the shock firing of the series, and Adrian Chiles agreed with her own opinion that she was scapegoated by fellow contestant, and then-project manager, Jenny Celerier. Nonetheless, Sir Alan stuck by his decision to fire her, flatly stating that whatever Jenny had done wrong in the task, he had no intention of ever employing anyone who made such a basic mistake as losing customers' clothing.
Shazia was the only candidate who fellow candidate Kevin Shaw never worked with during the series.
He began his working life as a landscape gardener, before going to Texas for a year where he worked as a Loan Officer. Wotherspoon believed that he could have won The Apprentice because of his tenacity and communication skills, but admits he can sometimes be forgetful.
He made it to the programme's final as one of the last four contestantsbut his group of two was struck off. In his free time he boxes and ballroom dances. He was also blamed for damaging the previously harmonious cooperation between Lucinda and the eventual winner of the Series Lee McQueen. Series 3 contestant Tre Azam described him as "a good sales person" but said that he had "never met a snake like him" and was highly critical of Wotherspoon's bringing up of Lucinda Legerwood's doubts about fitting into the job in her final boardroom meeting, resulting in her firing in week Former celebrity contestant Clare Balding also criticised his behaviour on The Apprentice: Even Sir Alan was critical of his backstabbing of Lucinda, saying "I did not think that was necessary" but that it "certainly showed his character", and describing Wotherspoon as overly defensive.
Post-Apprentice, Alex has had a quite successful career doing many things from modelling to working for a law firm  As of March he has been doing many 'speaking engagements' with younger children. He also returned in March to Aston University to speak to current students as part of Enterprise Week.
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Claire Young[ edit ] Claire Young, 28, is a senior retail buyer for Superdrug buying hair care products. Claire was born in Johannesburg but from the age of four was brought up in Wakefield where she went to St Hilda's primary school in Horbury and Wakefield Girls' High School both independent schools. Questions were raised about her suitability for the show because of her "racy past",  as well as the revelation that she had previously applied, numerous times, for reality show Big Brother.
She learnt to control her impulsive and chatty ways and was later to be a runner-up in the series. She currently lives in Tooting, south London, although her parents still live in Thornes in south Wakefield. Claire holds the Apprentice record for the most boardrooms survived; she was in the final boardroom five times across the series, and still got to the interviews Syed Ahmed from Series 2 was also in the boardroom five times, but was fired on the final occasion.
She had been due to take up the job in September a post thought to have offered more money than Sir Alan's one hundred thousandbut later declined, commenting that she wanted to set up her own consultancy. She returned to the school in for the 'careers week'.