Description:Lord Sugar puts young people through their paces as they compete in tasks to prove themselves worthy of a prize that will help them up the career ladder.
Newest Review: ... ogling the 16-year-old entrepreneurs. They are another precocious lot this year and clearly coached by the production team to ... more
... ape the grown up contestant by wearing oversized suits and delivering cheesy sound bites on their business skills. The older readers should think 'Minipops'! We have also lost the Comic Relief aspect and so unclear of the motives here.
The first task was for the kids to develop, make and sell a frozen food product, a typical task you see in the grown up show. The boys lost the task even though the girls couldn't do their maths. Little wise guy Mohammed was the first to be evicted, his selling style of ice cream on...more
On the week The Young Apprentice is launched we see yet another one of Sir Alan's previous senior Apprentice winners has left his employ, the blonde 2010 winner complaining in the press that she never had a defined job at his company and felt like a spare part. Considering how many 'tools' you get on the show she could have been tucked away in the same components tray in the factory. The question now is if Sir Alan is such a good head-hunter for talent with his 14 week televised interviews then why have seven of his eight apprentices left his employ? Time to get the management consultants into Sugar Enterprises me thinks. I'm afraid you have no real idea how to treat or .Read the complete review