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Originally called Junior Apprentice, Young Apprentice is pretty much the same format as the original show, but of course with a different league of candidates. Basically twelve young men and women, aged between sixteen and seventeen years old, who have all achieved good things already in the business world, are entering this competition, under the observation of Amstrad (Alan Michael Sugar Trading) founder and worth £800,000,000, Lord Sir Alan Sugar, and his aides Nick Hwere and Karren Brady. It is still the same thing, tasks are given to make money and business, such as selling products and buying things, profits and numbers are added up, the winning team gets a treat, the losing team sees three brought into the boardroom and one is fired, and the winner of Young Apprentice gets not a £100,000 and a job with Sugar, but they will win a £25,000 cash injection into a company that they make, they money will be given to them over time. It is just as good fun to watch as the original show, and the point Sugar is trying to make is that young people in the business world have just as much good input as the older generation. Narrated by Mark Halliley. It is funny to see occasionally ridiculous ideas brought forward, the silly decisions and actions of candidates, the bickering between them, and of course Sugar is the star with grouchy demeanour, an interesting documentary series. Very good!
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