List of The Apprentice candidates (British series 13)
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Candidates are listed alphabetically. Where a date of birth is not provided, the age given is as of the time the series aired.
Andrew Brady, aged 26, is a project engineer from Cheshire. He was fired in week eight. Andrew was only the candidate that finalist Joanna Jarjue and Elizabeth McKenna never worked with during the series. He finished in eleventh place.
Joanna Jarjue, aged 23, is a digital marketing manager from Manchester. She was the series most successful candidate before being the first person to be fired during the Interview Stages, having advanced to the Semi-Finals and finishing in fifth place.
She was born in The Gambia.
Harrison Jones, aged 27, is a sales executive from Watford. A quarter finalist, he was fired in week 10, finishing in seventh place. He and fellow contestant Michaela Wain welcomed a baby boy in October 2018.
Sweets in the City, the company jointly owned by Sarah Lynn and Lord Sugar, was officially launched on 7 June 2018.
Siobhan Smith, aged 34, is the owner of a wedding company in London. She was project manager in Week 4 and was fired, finishing in fifteenth place. Siobhan is the only candidate that winner James White never worked with.
Elliot Van EmdenEdit
James White, aged 26, is a recruitment firm owner who was born in Ayrshire and studied International Business at Keele University before moving to Birmingham in 2013. He made it to the final and was hired as the joint winner alongside Sarah Lynn. James used Lord Sugar's £250,000 investment to expand his IT recruitment business, Right Time Recruitment.
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