Lord Sugar didn't scare me, says Cumbrian hopeful on The Apprentice

Lord Sugar didn't scare me, says Cumbrian hopeful on The Apprentice
 

Two of the Cumbrian candidates on tonight’s The Apprentice have revealed what it was like taking part in the fiercely competitive show.
Both Rebecca Jeffery, of Asby, near Lamplugh, and Oliver Nohl-Oser, from Milburn, near Penrith, think they have what it takes to win the show and secure Lord Sugar’s £250,000 investment in their business idea.
The two were whittled down from thousands of candidates to appear on the show – and both were surprised to be picked.
Rebecca, 31, said: “I honestly didn’t expect to get through to the final 18 candidates, mostly because I consider myself to be a... read more

 
6 October 2016 in Regional North West , Views: 32
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