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She believes her people skills are her biggest strength, although feels her openness and willingness to overshare can sometimes work against her. Owner, lifestyle brand Daniel, from London, set up his business in I was blessed with both in abundance.
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He also admits that being too trusting has been his downfall in the past. I just keep going. Senior marketing manager Frank, from London, is a self-proclaimed trendsetter who says he likes to push boundaries with his humour. He claims to use charisma and charm for both negotiating and building morale within a group. Frank admits he can sometimes play people off against each other to get what he wants.
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Sales account manager Lives: Kosovan-born Mergim fled from the war-torn country to the UK with his parents and siblings when he was seven. Since the age of 18, he has been supporting his family by working in a range of jobs. Corporate account manager, Telecoms Lives: Director, digital marketing agency Lives: He cites Richard Branson as one of his inspirations. Owner, sales training consultancy Lives: Ruth previously worked as a DJ on a mid-morning show for her local radio station as well as a stint as a court reporter.
Sam has been working as a tutor since leaving university. He has a passion for the arts and has taken part in numerous films and stage productions.Never 'yoo hoo' the interviewer 🤦♀️ The Apprentice 2018 UK Final 5 Candidates Interview
Senior account manager, Sales Lives: Scott describes himself as sharp, motivated and obsessed with making his first million. Owner, events agency Lives: Selina studied in the UK before setting up her own events company in Dubai. Parent and Baby[ edit ] Original Air date: To create a product for the baby and parents market.
The team that receives the most orders win. Atomic, led by Lewis, created a hippo-shaped container for bottles, calling it "Harris the Hippo", while Kinetic, under Gbemi's leadership, created a cushion for supporting young babies, calling it "Comfy Curve". Both leaders gave poor pitches to two of the three major retailers that Lord Sugar had arranged appointments with, and gave the last pitch to someone else Harry H. In the end, Atomic received 5, orders from two retailers, but although Kinetic only received orders from one retailer, they won with 7, orders.
Kinetic - by 2, orders. Break Dancing lesson from Diversity.
Ben, with regret - For his sub-par contribution on both tasks, and for his somewhat passive nature. Despite Kinetic's win, Lord Sugar noted Gbemi's poor leadership and pitching, and held Haya's pitch as what ultimately gave Kinetic the win. It was worth noting during the internal review that Ben claimed he tried to contribute as much as possible during the task, but ultimately it was felt Ben had only done minor tasks and hadn't technically contributed anything during both weeks and this resulted in his dismissal.
In the final boardroom, Lewis actually admitted that Lord Sugar would be justified in firing him. However, Sugar admired the fact that Lewis had been willing to take risks and put himself in the forefront of the task, and this ultimately saved him from being fired.
Floristry Business[ edit ] Original Air date: Lizzie Project ManagerHarry H.
To set up their own floristry business, sell to the public, and pitch to clients laid on by Lord Sugar. Atomic pitched to theatre and salon clients, but Zara blew negotiations with the hotel by increasing the price Hannah told her to offer, meaning that although Kinetic made a deal with the hotel, they had to reduce prices even further after the hotel were unhappy with the arrangements provided. Atomic chose to pursue a 2x profit margin on their flowers Harry M. A chocolate dinner at Picadilly.
Hannah, Zara, and Harry M. Hannah, with regret - For bringing Zara and Harry M. Despite generally positive comments about her leadership, Lord Sugar considered this a fatal mistake on Hannah's part.
During the task briefing, Lord Sugar changed the teams, moving Harry H. Lizzie and Hannah were appointed project managers by Lord Sugar. Despite Kinetic's win, Harry H. In particular, James received heavy criticism after using the bizarre term "rainforest-eek" to describe one of the plants he was pitching, and was further mocked after claiming he was "not good with numbers" as an excuse for not getting involved in pricing, despite his economic background.
During the treat, it was strongly implied had Kinetic lost, either Harry H.
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Lord Sugar told Lewis and Gbemi they had been lucky to escape the boardroom, and that had either one of them been brought back instead of Harry M. Lord Sugar saw no reason to fire Zara as she secured two of the three business deals and sold the most flowers, and despite his continued failure to get on with his teammates, Harry M.
Lewis was very upset and stormed off when Zara and Harry M. At the time, this was the earliest occasion in any series that the eventual winner had been brought into the boardroom previously, this record was held by Yasmina Siadatan, who was in the final boardroom in Week 4. In Series 8, this record was equalled by Ricky Martin, who was also in the final boardroom in Week 3. The Over 50s Market[ edit ] Original Air date: Haya Project ManagerHarry M.
Pick two gadgets and sell them at an overs exhibition. The team that makes the most sales wins. Both teams wanted a designer shopping trolley, but Kinetic won it after Lewis unwittingly sabotaged Atomic's pitch by asking irrelevant questions and behaving in an unprofessional manner. Kinetic therefore got the trolley and a handheld vacuum cleaner, while Atomic chose a pie making machine and a bird house with a built-in camera Harry M.
Both teams struggled to sell in the first half of the day, and had to resort to cutting prices as the day went on. The standout performers were Harry H. Watching Magic tricks from Dynamo trapped in their own bubble in the London Eye.
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Haya, Hayley, and Lewis. Lewis - For his lack of pitching skill most notably in Weeks 2, 3 and 4poor salesmanship, and his generally weak track record throughout the competition. Despite being credited for securing the trolley for Kinetic, Zara faced criticism in the boardroom for being the only person on either team who failed to sell anything. She would have most likely been fired had Kinetic lost. Although Haya attempted to pin much of the blame on Harry M.
Haya was considered the person most at fault for the failure of the task, due to her insistence on selling the pie maker along with her failure to control Lewis. She was ultimately saved by her generally impressive track record throughout the competition. Haya's loss as Project Manager made this the only occasion in the series that she was on a losing team.