Joseph announced he would take full control of ImpraGas - but they parted on friendly terms. At the time, Lord Sugar said: I wish Joseph and ImpraGas all the very best for the future and will follow their progress with much affection. I am confident that with the winning business model we created together, I can continue to grow the business successfully.
Following growth and success in both Bristol and London, Mark expanded the company to Manchester earlier this year. At the time, he said: Leah Totton - Series Nine Success: The launch was controversial, with critics claiming it would encourage women to have more treatments but Leah batted off the comments and her clinics have been a huge success.
Former pro wrestler Ricky Martin boasted on the show: I take what I want, when I want. I truly am the reflection of perfection. Qualified biochemist Ricky, 29 — who changed his name from Richard to emulate the pop star — and Lord Sugar each own half the business.
Tom Pellereau - Series Seven Big turnover: Tom was on the losing team five weeks in a row and an exasperated Lord Sugar once barked at him: Stella English - Series Six Lows: Alan Sugar and Stella English Image: The highs of winning The Apprentice were soon followed by deep lows for Stella. Stella, 34, is now a host for Crowd Box — a TV channel that helps entrepreneurs raise money through crowd-funding — and works as a management consultant.
Yasmina Siadatan - Series Five Headhunted: Yasmina, 33, now works as creative director of Start Up Loans. She has also run as a Tory candidate for council, and spoken about her half-brother who fled Britain to become an IS fighter in Syria, explaining that they had "lost touch" five years earlier.
Next he founded a company to help young people get recruitment and sales jobs. Simon Ambrose - Series Three Developer: Simon memorably caused Sir Alan to explode with frustration as he struggled to put together trampolines he was trying to flog on a television shopping channel. Simon, 34, is now a property developer, runs an events company and has invested in a restaurant.
Michelle Dewberry - Series Two Pundit: She left the company before the end of her month contract and set up her own consultancy firm to support aspiring young entrepreneurs. Michelle, 35, also became a Sky News TV pundit and runs a shopping website, dailychic. A few years ago she had to have surgery to remove a spot on her face after a biopsy revealed it was cancerous.
She urged fans to get pimples checked. Tim Campbell - Series One Fight back: A few years ago, Tim, 35, was diagnosed with testicular cancer but fought back with the support of his wife Jasmine. On 30 July , Stuart was tragically found dead in his home aged 27, due to an asthma attack. Philip Taylor - Series Five fired in week seven Struck gold: Philip was best known for coming up with the bizarre Pantsman character — he even dressed up as the superhero to sell cereal.
Philip struck gold with the Body-Rocka, a fitness product that he developed during an Apprentice task. He turned it into a business, selling the product to Argos. The former estate agent, 35, lives with his partner Kate Walsh, who he met on the show and was runner-up.
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