On the other hand, Luisa was praised for appearing more mature in the final and for blossoming over the process, and even when she admitted to delivering a bad presentation, Lord Sugar rejected the claim, stating that he had not noticed her losing her way during the speech.
Not only was her leadership terrible, her team criticised her for focusing on motivation than of strategy, she also was criticised for focusing on a hard-sell item, despite its high profits, and thus leaving multiple items and products unsold; those that were, did so at a very cheap price.
Andi Osho and Matt Edmondson Notes: Neil, Kurt and Uzma Fired: Meanwhile, Endeavour initially went with a history theme after Leah ignored suggestions for the school theme, before changing it to an army theme after meeting with their client.
Lord Sugar talks about being at hom with Lady Sugar and fancying some "spaghetti cabba-nora". This led to their shop being somewhat sparsely stocked at the start of the day, but their items sold well, with Tom sending his sub-team out mid-day to replenish their stock.
Alex, Leah and Myles Fired: When Adam was fired he left Lord Sugar a parting remark of "If you ever need a salesman, you know where I am", to which Lord Sugar exhorted to him to "keep in touch". The two panellists who disagreed, however, felt that Nick should have been fired instead.
While Jordan narrowly escaped being brought back, as he had been in charge of the finances and thus failed to rein in the overspend, Jason was criticised by Nick for doing very little in the task, earning him a warning.
Come up with a new flavour of beer and sell it. Lord Sugar seems genuinely torn between the two. Hold an urban art exhibition, selling artwork to customers, including corporate clients.
During the task, Phoenix learned that a spelling mistake had been made for the labelling on the bottle, which was pointed out to them by potential buyers. While Tom was questioned on his failure to secure Pure Evil as a client and thus chose James Jessop, Lord Sugar respected the fact he took a risk and that he took responsibility for it, though he was warned to be more careful in future.
Tom - For having the riskiest business plan of the finalists. Oh, this is good.
Come up with a new online dating concept with a television advert, and then pitch it to a group of experts. On Why I Fired Them, Lord Sugar felt that the product was "absolute garbage" and had left the team "dead in the water" the moment it was selected, yet expressed surprise that Amazon had placed an order, let alone a larger one than they did from Phoenix.
Although they too enjoyed similar face-to-face sales, they sold very little to trade, which was hindered further by Michael turning down a potentially large order because the price was 4p per bottle lower than what he wanted.
Alex, Francesca, Myles and Uzma. In the boardroom, Michael found himself heavily criticised for his performance on the task.
Meanwhile, Phoenix created a line of alcoholic sweets and high quality chocolates, however many of the key decisions were handled by Jade. But they do seem genuinely impressed by his business plan and his passion for the sector.
Most amount of assets remaining stock and cash, minus purchaseswins.
Although Ricky wasted a morning to find out that a restaurant would not be willing to offer any discounts whatsoever, he later secured a good set of deals at two further restaurants, while his colleagues also managed to get a number of discounts, though despite these being not from the high-end businesses specified, left the team having 3 of the 9 deals being accepted.
Uzma - For her questionable sales tactics, refusing to take responsibility for the loss, attempting to shift the entire blame to Neil, and for being a weak performer throughout the process. Phoenix came up with designs for a tabletop compost bin and a set of dish-washing gloves, and went for the former, especially when concerns were raised on the gloves after Adam gave misleading information on their popularity.
Although Sterling won, both Gabrielle and Stephen were criticised over their performance on the task; neither made any sales, while they also demonstrated rudeness during the event and failed to ask their corporate client crucial questions, particularly about their budget.
Now for the pomous and un-circumspect, as the four remaining wannabe tycoons face their final task: Jordan - For being unanimously deemed the weakest candidate and for offering shares in a business in which he had no stake.
Nick - For having a narrow target market for his potential plan, while having unconvincing reasons for wanting to go into business with Lord Sugar.
Ooh, this is tight. Most orders received, wins. Though Lord Sugar noted that selling the leftover bottles would have done nothing to prevent Phoenix losing, he ultimately felt that Michael had contributed too little to be allowed to stay.
Their advert had issues despite being serious and informative, while their website was deemed poor as it focused towards existing customers rather than targeting new ones. Jason, Natalie, Neil and Zeeshaan.A nd then Littner turned his attention to the business plan.
And we stopped thinking and started laughing. And we stopped thinking and started laughing.
2) Mike Soutar versus Jade Nash (series eight). The candidate won this series of The Apprentice. This rule stipulated that candidates cannot apply to appear on The Apprentice, if their business plan includes a company that they do not own or co-own.
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