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We use cookies to enhance your visit to our site and to bring you advertisements that might interest you. Leah used her prize money to set up a cosmetic skin clinic in East London, offering anti-ageing treatments, laser hair removal and effective alternatives to surgical liposuction. Ricky won over Lord Sugar with his business plan for a specialist science recruitment company.
He is the founder and managing director of Hyper Recruitment Solutions, a consultancy dedicated to science and technology industries. In 2013 she took Lord Sugar to an employment tribunal, claiming she was treated like 'an overpaid lackey' and given menial tasks, but lost her case. She also co-owns the Mya Lacarte restaurant in Reading, which specialises in produce grown in Britain. Lee was infamously picked to be Lord Sugar’s apprentice despite lying on his CV about the amount of time he spent at university. He spent two years working for Amscreen, where he became a development director in 'digital signage' and worked under Lord Sugar’s son, Simon Sugar, who was CEO. In 2010 he set up a recruitment and training company called Raw Talent Academy based in Oxfordshire.
The professional rent-a-gob calls herself ‘the only candidate to say no to Sir Alan’ on her Twitter account after she was forced to withdraw from the show before the final in 2006 due to childcare problems.
After several notable appearances on daytime TV mouthing off about ‘chavvy children’s names’ and why ginger babies are ‘harder to love’, Hopkins gained her own column in The Sun.
She recently decided to put on over four stone to prove to ‘fat people’ how easy it is to lose weight if they want to.

Simon became one of the longest-serving apprentice winners after he was hired as a surveyor in Lord Sugar's business Amsprop Estates.
He most recently became proprietor of Hoxton Basement, a multi-purpose venue that puts on gigs, art exhibitions and private parties. He is also a partner in Red House - 'a charming pub and dining room situated in Chelsea Green' - as well as a board member of BlueSigma Capital Ltd, which carries out investment research.
Michelle has had a diverse career since leaving the show, including writing an autobiography called 'Anything is Possible', becoming a motivational speaker and appearing on Sky News as a current affairs commentator. She is soon to launch ‘Let’s Get Britain Working’, aimed at helping job-seekers get back into work. In 2007 he founded social enterprise Bright Ideas Trust, which helps young people in London who aren't in employment, education or training to start their own business. He also works as a property consultant for London-based company Estate Office in their acquisitions and investments department. The cupcake entrepreneur described herself as having the ‘sex appeal of Jessica Rabbit’ when she first appeared on the show, and hasn’t stopped taking full advantage of her looks ever since. After losing out to plastic surgery pro Leah Totton, she posed for a number of lads’ magazines and tabloids before signing up to Celebrity Big Brother last month. The distinctive former public school boy made a name for himself during the series with catch-phrases such as ‘the spoken word is my tool’. But he has since forged a career in TV, rather than becoming a columnist, making appearances on shows such as Celebrity Come Dine With Me, Ready Steady Cook and BBC Breakfast. In 2012, he appeared alongside fellow Apprentice star Stuart Baggs where he planned a wedding for a young couple on Channel 5’s Celebrity Wedding Planner.
Earlier this year, Raef founded Zephyr:Media, a ‘multi platform PR, arts and media portal based in Mayfair, London’.

The fiery runner-up on the first series of the Apprentice became a regular face on TV for a few years afterwards, presenting the BBC’s anger management series Temper You Temper. She also presented a number of documentaries for the BBC, including one that followed her as she tried to adopt a baby from Pakistan. I believe there’s one thing you’ve got here, Bianca, is a good idea,” he told the finalists.“The problem, as far as I am concerned, is bringing the concept to the market.
He is also working on extra safe baby feeding brand Babisil, as well as a screen to prevent musicians’ ear drums from being damaged. It aims to provide mentors and loans to 30,000 entrepreneurs and is funded by the UK Government. He has also developed Talent Hub, a division of the business which specialises in experienced sales people. To be sat here is life-changing and it’s the best thing that ever happened to me”.Speaking after the show on You’re Hired, Lord Sugar praised Mark’s “great salesmanship, ruthless methodology, determination and experience”. I will have to hold your hand one hundred percent through the manufacturing process.“Mark, you’re in what I call a ‘new world’ business. I mean, I know that if I decided to put my mind to this, together with Bianca, we could do this.“That’s my dilemma, I’ve got to roll the dice now and decide where my money’s going. It’s a very difficult one – the instinct in me is the product, the devil in me says the service industry.”Finally, after a few tense moments, Lord Sugar revealed his winner.

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