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The Apprentice 2016 – week 11

The show has finished now, but I am finishing my posts on the final weeks.
The candidates are asked to meet Lord Sugar the following day at 122, Leadenhall Street and bring their business plans with them.
Last chance to go over and refine their business plans.

The Apprentice 2016 – week 10

The show has now finished but I will still be posting on the final few weeks.
The candidates are asked to meet Lord Sugar in Greenwich at the Old Royal Naval College.

The Apprentice 2016 – week 8

The candidates are to meet Lord Sugar at The National Portrait Gallery.

The Apprentice 2016 – week 7

The candidates are to meet Lord Sugar at Victoria Docks in East London, at London's only floating hotel, the Yacht Hotel.

The Apprentice 2016 – week 6

The candidates are having some leisure time at the house when the phone rings at 14:30. Lord Sugar’s PA tells them to meet Lord Sugar on the 69th floor of the Shard.
The Shard is the tallest building in the UK.

The Apprentice 2016 – week 5

The candidates meet Lord Sugar at the Lee Valley Velopark which was home to the cycling at the 2012 London Olympics.

The Apprentice 2016 – week 4

The candidates meet Lord Sugar at the stunning Drapers hall home for over 500 years to one of the city's oldest guilds, the guild of wool and cloth merchants. Some of these so called business people don't even know what a guild is!

The Apprentice 2016 – week 3

Lord Sugar meets the candidates at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane where the musical Charlie and the Chocolate Factory is running.

The Apprentice 2016 – week 2

Lord Sugar met the candidates at the Istituto Marangoni which is an Italian school of fashion and design with campuses in Milan, Paris, Shanghai and London, where the meeting was held.
It was an old textile factory and mannequins moved overhead on moving gantries.
Lord Sugar said that at the end of the task one of them might be “hung out to dry” a bit like the mannequins above!

The Apprentice 2016 – week 1

Well it's back, another set of “business brains” about to get their egos popped by Alan Sugar.
Judging by the audition clips on the BBC web site the vast majority look as mad as a box of frogs!

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