The future of entrepreneurs is set as the second series of the Young Apprentice has hit UK TV screens. Lord Sugar gives another group of 12 ambitious schoolchildren a chance to kickstart a future career in business.
The teenage candidates, selected from a wide pool of applicants, battle it out through a series of gruelling challenges over the course of eight weeks to test their business skills.
The first task saw the boys versus the girls in an effort to conceptualize a new range of frozen snacks to be sold to the public.
After a name change from last year’s Junior Apprentice, this fresh batch of confident 16 and 17-year-olds are on their way to becoming the future of British Business.
Amstrad founder Sir Alan, who left school at 16 with no qualifications, has been planning to launch Young Apprentice for years.
And instead of a £100,000 job, the winner will get a £25,000 prize tailored to their career prospects.
Last year's winner Arjun Rajyagor won further plaudits, being named Face of the Future at the Asian Voice Political and Public Life Awards.
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