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  • It's an opportunity like no other.

  • I don't like teacher's pets, and I don't like school bullies.

  • What I like is young people that have the potential

  • to succeed in business.

  • From all over the country,

  • Britain's youngest aspiring entrepreneurs have come to London.

  • - Ow! Hold the door! - David!

  • Aged 16 and 17...

  • It was bad management!

  • ..all have a burning passion for business.

  • - Next! - Flod says high knee!

  • They'll battle it out for a prize worth £25,000...

  • ..the ultimate kick-start to a career in business.

  • Where was the business sense here? It's been done before.

  • But to succeed, they'll have to impress the boss.

  • You tried to be too clever and I'm afraid that it's backfired.

  • In charge of a vast business empire,

  • Lord Sugar started his career while still at school.

  • Now he's on the hunt for his next young apprentice.

  • That's not a loss, is it? This is a complete and utter annihilation.

  • - It was my decision to make! - No, it wasn't... - Yes, it was! - It was our decision!

  • I hope you enjoy when we lose!

  • To win, they have to work as a team....

  • We just had some ideas we wanted to tell you but...

  • - It's done now. We've just finished it. - Right, well, that's...annoying.

  • ..but shine as individuals.

  • Oh, my God!

  • Because in the end, there can only be one Young Apprentice.

  • You're fired.

  • With regret, you're fired.

  • Previously on Young Apprentice...

  • You have got to make a television advert for a hair-styling product.

  • ..Maria's hairspray lacked style...

  • It's tacky but I'm not using tacky in a bad way, I'm using tacky in a good way.

  • - But tacky is never a good way. - Hmm...

  • ..while Andrew's team failed to gel.

  • You need to stand out and then a chameleon...

  • - How confusing is that concept? - The gel needs a description on the back and that's it.

  • The Chameleon commercial came to a sticky end.

  • Wow...that looks daft!

  • Your stupid hair! OK...

  • Action!

  • The Strexy ad packed plenty of punch,

  • leading Maria's team to victory.

  • You shoved that tin right in the face of the viewer,

  • and for that reason, you've won.

  • Stand out by blending in?

  • For Andrew, a close shave.

  • So do you want be an idiot also? Well, go and wear this.

  • That's not the message you want to put out there.

  • But for Navdeep...

  • Nav was playing out a strategy. She wasn't really getting the team to win.

  • In the cafe, a minute ago, Nav actually said that she didn't do a good enough pitch.

  • ..a bad hair day.

  • Navdeep, you're, kind of, lacking in ideas, I think.

  • Lacking in business nous.

  • You're fired.

  • Now six remain in the battle

  • to become Lord Sugar's young apprentice.

  • 4pm,

  • ..back from the boardroom...

  • GASPS

  • - Oh! - Oh, come here, Steven!

  • ..the six survivors take stock.

  • He said, "Andrew, regretfully, you've lost five tasks."

  • THEY LAUGH

  • But their day is far from over.

  • Semifinalists. The final's so close, isn't it?

  • It's getting more serious now, I think. We all want to win it.

  • KNOCK AT THE DOOR

  • - Hello. - Ooh, hello! - How are you? - Hello!

  • - Come through. - Very well, thank you.

  • Gather round, then.

  • NERVOUS LAUGHTER

  • Well, good afternoon.

  • It's getting very, very intense now, so to speak.

  • You've been living in this house now for six weeks.

  • We're coming up shortly to the final.

  • But the next task is a very important one.

  • Your task this week is all about selling at a festival.

  • Now, festivals bring £1 billion of business

  • to the economy of this country.

  • Lots of people go there, not just to enjoy the music,

  • but to actually go and buy things off the stalls.

  • And you are going to set up your own stalls at a festival.

  • And I need you to treat this task as a mini business.

  • Imagine it's your own business.

  • I'm going to give you £1,500 to kick off with

  • and at the end of the task I'm going to count how much you've sold,

  • count the stock that you've got left over, which I will consider to be your total assets,

  • and the team with the largest amount of assets wins.

  • But there's a slight change here.

  • And the change will be...

  • that in the losing team...

  • ..two of you will be fired.

  • So it's never been more important for you to win this next task.

  • So, all clear?

  • - ALL: - Yes, Lord Sugar. - Good luck, off you go.

  • The reality of two people getting fired now is huge

  • and it actually makes me feel slightly uneasy.

  • It's a scary prospect

  • knowing that only one person will survive from the losing team

  • but I'm confident that we'll... win.

  • You can see the 25 grand staring at you.

  • I want it so bad now, I just want to make sure that I'm in the finals

  • and make sure I win the next task.

  • Music festivals are booming.

  • With over 800 in the UK, from thrash metal to folk,

  • Lord Sugar has arranged for the teams

  • to set up stalls at one of the biggest.

  • Home to 37,000 revellers...

  • ..a festival of world music,

  • WOMAD.

  • This festival, has anyone ever heard of it? WOMAD or...?

  • - No. - Never heard of it.

  • - It sounds like it's very, erm... - Country.

  • - It sounds like it's all artsy and... - Like a farmers' market.

  • - Andrew, have you ever been to music festivals? - Never been, no.

  • I've been to, like, a couple of music festivals before.

  • I've never been to one that's sort of middle-agey.

  • At the end of the day, we could all manage this task.

  • Personally, I want to put myself up for Project Manager,

  • just cos, I think, Lord Sugar wants to see me being more serious.

  • I'd quite like to put myself forward.

  • Well, it's down to you. You've got to pick between me or Lucy, Andrew.

  • Er... Ha!

  • Oh!

  • - Cos Lucy won last time, I'm going to choose Lucy. - No problem, that's fine.

  • Right, let's do this.

  • I would like to put myself forward as Project Manager.

  • I also want to put myself forward as Project Manager.

  • I just think, Patrick, I hope you don't mind me saying this,

  • - it's just I know Ashleigh is really good at pricing. I've worked with her before. - I think I'm quite good, too.

  • Well, I...am more confident in Ashleigh on it, Patrick.

  • I do understand what Patrick's saying, because this is going to be my third time

  • and Patrick's not been...

  • Well it doesn't matter whose time it is. It's who's the task suited for best.

  • - Are you really confident? Are you really...? - I'd like to do it.

  • Well, I'm perfectly happy for Patrick to be Project Manager,

  • as long as I get to have an input in the figures and making sure everything's all right.

  • - Yep. - Right. OK.

  • So... We need to book the market research...

  • 'I already feel like this is going to be a recipe for disaster, this team.'

  • I've worked with Patrick before. I'm slightly nervous that he's Project Manager.

  • He's a bit of a sheep and the Project Manager, I feel that you should be a leader.

  • Lord Sugar has organised eight products

  • for both teams to choose from.

  • They must pick two to sell at WOMAD.

  • Heading off to view the products, Project Manager Patrick and Maria.

  • It's like 40 to 50-year-olds are the main customers

  • so it's not really like a teenager, "let's just get drunk" kind of festival.

  • Sent to do market research,

  • Ashleigh.

  • If I were going to a music festival, I would only have enough money

  • 'to buy essentials, like food and drink and toiletries.'

  • Obviously, we don't want to get kind of lost and off-track.

  • Obviously when we look at the things, obviously I'm not going to get something that's not related

  • 'to the festival at all. Soon as me and Maria have seen them,'

  • we can ring you and let you know, so you've got more of an idea.

  • Talk to you later and good luck.

  • Bye!

  • I just really hope they listen to what I've said and don't go for something totally irrelevant.

  • North London.

  • Both teams can choose from the same eight products...

  • Right. BOTH: Solar-powered fan hat.

  • ..ranging from ten-quid novelty hats...

  • - You know on a hot day... - Yeah, but who would walk round with this on?

  • Solar-powered means it's powered by the sun, not the light bulb.

  • ..to designer onesies...

  • - Yeah, this one's cute, look at this one. - ..all-in-one animal suits.

  • - I don't think these are very good. - No, we're not getting them. No way.

  • £40.

  • Or retailing at £100,