The Appentice is back and a hopeful from Manchester is on it
The Apprentice is back this October. For several weeks, 18 hopefuls will battle it out on BBC One for a £250,000 business investment.
Lord Sugar, 70, will once again be joined by his trusty aides Karen Brady and Claude Littner. The aides will watch over the ambitious contestants for the 13th series.
This year’s recruits include a digital marketing manager from Manchester, a wedding company owner and a florist chain entrepreneur.
23-year-old Joanna Jarjue has vowed not to be taken for a fool as she will fight when given the chance for her place.
The Mancunian certainly doesn’t appear to be the type of person to back down, as she claimed: “Don’t wake a sleeping lion. If you underestimate me I might just bite.”
A black businesswoman, Joanna will be competing for the £250,000 investment from Lord Sugar.
At the end of each week Lord Sugar assisted by trusty aides Karen Brady and Claude Littner will make a decision on who will be axed with the phrase: “You’re fired”.
This year the oldest candidate is 39 years old the youngest just 23.
This black history month, it is natural to wish Joanna all the best, especially since she is Mancunian.