70,000 people, 16 places and only 1 of them will achieve everything from the experience.
From the first day onwards, bleary eyes, early morning starts and trying to prepare for the unexpected.
Selling vintage gear on a budget tighter than your average ‘vintage’ punter’s jeans; this was almost as difficult as trying to sell fancy Italian meatballs to your average Edinburgh football fan. Azhar and Stephen aside there were still plenty of people willing to board the Groove Train, despite Mr Corbally’s choreography skills. The wine task, well there was only one team in it...less fizz more sparkle.
If you remember all that or even if you don’t, then relive season 8 of The Apprentice and my journey through the process with videos, photos and episode reviews.