The Apprentice Betting Guide (Odds, Contenders, History)

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A select bunch of Apprentice candidates will be battling it out to become Lord Sugar's latest business partner. The format of the BBC series is relatively unchanged since its launch in 2005. Selected online bookmakers will be offering odds on who will win the 250K apprentice investment.

The Apprentice Betting Guide (Odds, Contenders, History)
In this article: 2024 Contenders
Jake Ashton Senior News Editor

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The Apprentice Winner Betting Odds

No betting odds are available for The Apprentice due to the show being pre-recorded and the result already known at the broadcast time. However, without that knowledge, our team of Entertainment betting specialists, led by Jake Ashton will provide their views and probabilities which we will convert into fractional odds for entertainment purposes.

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The Apprentice 2024 Contenders

Here is the complete list of contenders looking to avoid being Fired and winning The Apprentice in 2024

Amina Khan

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an Ilford-based pharmacist turned entrepreneur, launched a skincare and supplements brand from scratch, achieving £1 million turnover in two years without investment or prior business experience. Her relentless work ethic and strategic risk-taking have led to over £2 million in turnover, proving her business acumen is more than skin deep.

Dr. Asif Munaf 

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..from Sheffield combines "Beauty, brains, body, and business" in his wellness brand, launching it while enduring 12-hour doctor shifts during Covid. Despite a setback on Dragons’ Den, Asif's high IQ, physical strength, and visual appeal, alongside his family role as the eldest of six, fuel his ambition. He believes his vitamins and supplements range could invigorate Lord Sugar for decades.


Flo Edwards

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A London-based Recruitment Consultant, launched her own consultancy, embracing challenges and showcasing a strong performance history. Her approach to failure as a learning opportunity signifies her resilience and determination. Flo's unique blend of humility, ambition, and focus on equality, diversity, and inclusion in her business model underlines her readiness for Lord Sugar's investment, aiming to amplify impact and profits with his expertise.

Foluso Falade

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The "Mary Poppins of business" from Manchester, aims to empower young entrepreneurs through her social enterprise. Prioritizing impact over profit, her venture reflects a commitment to ethical business practices and community upliftment. Drawing inspiration from her mother's 25-year retail business, Foluso embodies perseverance and ethical ambition. She seeks Lord Sugar's investment to expand her unique, profit-with-purpose model, promising to build an empire that nurtures aspiring individuals.


Jack Davies

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A Bristol-based Recruitment Director and food reviewer, has climbed the corporate ladder rapidly, achieving five promotions in seven years. With a strong belief in success and a social media presence as a food critic, Jack's work ethic and determination are the foundations of his ambition. He sees Lord Sugar's investment as the next step to further his success, showcasing his readiness to excel in new ventures.

Maura Rath

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A Wexford-based yoga company owner, is dedicated to enhancing wellbeing through her business. Her approach to success is measured by the positive impact on clients' joy and health. Despite facing setbacks, like an unsuccessful custom app, she learned valuable lessons that improved her services. Passionate about sea swimming, Maura believes her business's focus on positivity, profitability, and scalability across five income streams makes her deserving of Lord Sugar's investment.

Noor Bouziane

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From Liverpool, launched her premium jewellery company at 20, demonstrating discipline and ambition. Despite setbacks like receiving poor-quality stock, her competitive spirit remains unshaken. Noor, also a fantastic cook, asserts her business stands out for its uniqueness and profitability, confident it will bring substantial returns for Lord Sugar and prove to be the best investment among candidates.

Oliver Medforth

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A Yorkshire-based Sales Executive, has honed his skills in the market trade, managing five retail shops for his family's distillery, from Newcastle to Swindon. His creation of a soft drink to complement their gins highlights his innovative approach. Oliver embraces mistakes as learning opportunities, leveraging his experience and adaptability. Confident in his sales prowess, he sees Lord Sugar's investment as a chance to apply his passion and determination to achieve greater success.

Onyeka Nweze

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A London-based Chartered Company Secretary, aims to attract Lord Sugar's first tech investment in eighteen series with her promising business plan. Having built a successful corporate career, Onyeka is confident in her venture's potential to generate £10 million within five years. Aside from her professional achievements, she enjoys makeup artistry and interior decoration, showcasing her diverse interests. Onyeka believes her innovative tech business is precisely what Lord Sugar needs to venture into new, lucrative territories.

Paul Bowen

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A Lancashire-based Director of a pie company, has impressively secured Manchester City Football Club as a major client for five years. With aspirations of making Lord Sugar the "Lord of the Pies," Paul's blend of passion and entrepreneurial spirit has driven his success. Despite minor setbacks and a personal learning curve with the stock market, his diverse interests, including semi-professional speedway riding, underscore his dynamic character. Paul seeks Lord Sugar’s strategic insight to complement his ideas and hard work, aiming to elevate his business further.

Dr. Paul Midha

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A Leeds-based dental group owner, embarked on his entrepreneurial journey by investing all his resources into his first practice, leading to a valuation increase to £900,000 within 15 months. Embracing every setback as a learning opportunity, including a prolonged acquisition process, Paul's dedication extends beyond dentistry. His unique body-popping talent has won talent shows and even led to a role in a Disney TV show. With a product-based business plan aimed at transforming the healthcare attire market, Paul seeks Lord Sugar's investment for its potential to dominate the sector, eager for the learning and growth opportunities it presents.

Phil Turner

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From Bognor Regis, transformed his family's bakery into a seven-figure business after taking over at 21, becoming the 'Supreme Pie Champion' in 2020. His journey, marked by learning from failures, demonstrates resilience and a belief in growth through adversity. Despite challenges with writing and potential dyslexia, Phil's entrepreneurial success remains unaffected. He seeks Lord Sugar's investment to elevate his pie company, leveraging his proven ability to scale a business.

Rachel Woolford

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A Leeds-based Boutique Fitness Studio Owner, demonstrated resilience by successfully opening her business amidst Covid, building a strong client community. Her journey includes overcoming the challenge of handling every aspect of her business alone, learning the importance of delegation for growth. Rachel's entrepreneurial spirit shone through from age seven, showcasing her innate business acumen. She believes her unparalleled work ethic makes her deserving of Lord Sugar's investment for the next step in her business journey.

Raj Chohan

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A Leamington Spa-based Mortgage Broker and 'Mortgage Broker of the Year' as of September 2023, combines serious work ethic with a fun approach. Her ambition extends beyond brokering to property development and serviced accommodation, aiming to be a multi-millionaire by 50. Raj's drive, business acumen, and readiness to scale her venture make her a strong candidate for Lord Sugar's investment. She values professional advice and is determined to become the UK's leading figure in the bridging finance sector.

Sam Saadet

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An Essex-based Pre and Post Natal Fitness Coach and the entrepreneurial spirit behind a successful fitness app for mums, exemplifies determination and passion. Balancing motherhood with business, she's made significant strides in supporting mums and mums-to-be. Sam's journey includes international work experience in Malta and a philosophy that views every business venture as a stepping stone to success. Her savvy, go-getting attitude and focus on a cause close to her heart make her a strong candidate for Lord Sugar's investment.

Steve Darken

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A London-based Management Consultant with a knack for strategic business transformation, has partnered with global companies to significantly enhance their performance. Beyond his consulting prowess, Steve prides himself on succeeding with integrity and compassion. His diverse background includes low-budget filmmaking, with accolades from Pinewood Studios and Cannes. Asserting that a partnership with Lord Sugar would be mutually beneficial, Steve's blend of business acumen, technological insight, and creative flair positions him as a prime candidate for investment.

Tre Lowe

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Once part of the UK garage band 'Architechs', is now a London-based Music & Wellness Entrepreneur. His greatest achievement lies in his partnership with his late brother Ashley, leaving a lasting musical legacy. Transitioning from music to wellness after a battle with tinnitus, Tre faced challenges in the personal training industry. Known for his cool exterior and geeky interior, he dreams of making a significant impact. Tre believes his unique blend of creativity, experience, and passion makes him an ideal candidate for Lord Sugar's investment, aiming to create a legacy that influences positively.

Virdi Singh Mazaria

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A Leicester-based Music Producer and DJ, boasts a career highlighted by producing for Sidhu Moose Wala and DJing across seven countries. Transitioning from auditor to full-time music just before the Covid lockdown, Virdi faced challenges but bounced back with resilience. Ambitious and multi-talented, he dreams of starring as an Avenger. Virdi's unique blend of creativity, experience, and relentless ambition, coupled with his vision for creating unmatched experiences, makes him a prime candidate for Lord Sugar's investment in the music industry.

How To Bet on The Apprentice

Ahead of the series, some but not all of the best betting sites offer Apprentice betting. 

Ahead of the first episode, Harpreet Kaur was at odds of 9/1 to win the Apprentice last year.

Nigel Skinner - OLBG Editor

You will have a short window of opportunity to place a bet before the series kicks into full gear. 

Of the 32 Apprentice winners and runners up 21 (65.62%) have been female and 11 have been male (34.38%).

Nigel Skinner - OLBG Editor

We will add the Apprentice betting odds as soon as they are available in this section of the Apprentice blog. 

Making a bet on who will be the winning Apprentice is as easy as picking a contender from the list of candidates. 

  1. Find the bookmaker offering odds on the Apprentice. 
  2. Choose one of the possible contenders
  3. Decide how much you want to bet
  4. Check the odds and your stake to understand how much you may win if your prediction is correct
  5. Understand that if your prediction is wrong, you will lose your money. 


Francesca Kennedy Wallbank the owner of a sustainability company was last year's Apprentice favourite (3/1), she was fired in Week 5.
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The Apprentice Betting News Diary Timeline

The betting odds for The  Apprentice will see plenty of speculation and a lot of fluctuation. 

Here is a round-up of the Apprentice Betting Timeline from our OLBG News feed

15th April 2024

The Apprentice Betting Odds: Rachel Woolford moves into favourite to win The Apprentice ahead of this week's FINAL with just two candidates remaining!
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The Apprentice Betting Odds: Rachel Woolford moves into favourite to win The Apprentice ahead of this week's FINAL with just two candidates remaining!

9th April 2024

The Apprentice Betting Odds: Flo Edwards back into FAVOURITE to win The Apprentice ahead of the famous Interviews this week!
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The Apprentice Betting Odds: Flo Edwards back into FAVOURITE to win The Apprentice ahead of the famous Interviews this week!

22nd February 2024

The Apprentice Betting Odds: Flo Edwards now EVENS FAVOURITE to win The Apprentice after first win as Project Manager!
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The Apprentice Betting Odds: Flo Edwards now EVENS FAVOURITE to win The Apprentice after first win as Project Manager!

14th March 2023

The Apprentice Betting Odds: Dani Donovan is now 2/1 FAVOURITE to win The Apprentice as All-Female Final Five unveiled for the second season in a row!
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The Apprentice Betting Odds: Dani Donovan is now 2/1 FAVOURITE to win The Apprentice as All-Female Final Five unveiled for the second season in a row!

The penultimate week of The Apprentice is here with an all-female final five in the books for a second year following Simba Rwambiwa's firing last week. Our betting industry insider gives an updated look at the odds for this year's series with Dani Donovan now 2/1 at the top of the market to win the show. Rwambiwa was the third favourite to win the series according to our insider last week but this has all changed following his shock departure.

10th March 2023

The Apprentice Betting Odds: Shock firing after this week's Dog Food task sees an update to the bookie odds ahead of Interviews week in front of Lord Sugar's advisors!
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The Apprentice Betting Odds: Shock firing after this week's Dog Food task sees an update to the bookie odds ahead of Interviews week in front of Lord Sugar's advisors!

Following the latest firing from this year's series of The Apprentice, we're now left with an all-female Final Five for the second season in a row. Simba Rwambiwa was the final candidate fired in the regular tasks after failing to impress Lord Sugar against Dani Donovan and Megan Hornby on Team Apex. Rwambiwa was the third favourite to win the series according to our betting industry insider but this has all changed following his shock departure on Thursday's show. Despite being on the losing side in this week's episode it's Megan and Dani who remain the favourites to win the show.

7th March 2023

The Apprentice Betting Odds: Megan Hornby dropped further into 9/4 to win The Apprentice ahead of this week's Dog Food task!
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The Apprentice Betting Odds: Megan Hornby dropped further into 9/4 to win The Apprentice ahead of this week's Dog Food task!

This year's series of The Apprentice is nearing Lord Sugar's hiring stage and Megan Hornby remains the favourite to win the show according to our betting industry insider. Hornby has continued to impress throughout this year's series and has been the outright favourite for the last few weeks to be hired by Lord Sugar. The latest betting odds say there's a 30% chance of Hornby winning The Apprentice this year just ahead of Dani Donovan in the market.

2nd March 2023

The Apprentice Betting Odds: Megan Hornby has '28% chance' of winning this year's Apprentice according to our betting industry expert ahead of this week's Male Beauty task!
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The Apprentice Betting Odds: Megan Hornby has '28% chance' of winning this year's Apprentice according to our betting industry expert ahead of this week's Male Beauty task!

Pest Control company owner and former soldier Mark Moseley was the latest contestant fired by Lord Sugar on The Apprentice following the recent task. Moseley's leadership wasn't good enough according to Lord Sugar last week with losing control of the profit and loss for the task given as the main reason for his dismissal in the boardroom. The lack of communication with the customers, who didn't know they would be in a proper prison experience, left the task in disarray and left Sugar with no option but to fire the Team Leader this week.

24th February 2023

The Apprentice Betting Odds: Megan Hornby remains the 5/2 FAVOURITE to win this year's Apprentice following this week's Immersive Event task!
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The Apprentice Betting Odds: Megan Hornby remains the 5/2 FAVOURITE to win this year's Apprentice following this week's Immersive Event task!

Sweet shop owner Megan Hornby remains the 5/2 favourite to win The Apprentice according to our betting industry insider following this week's episode. Hornby was on the losing team this week but her and Simba Rwambiwa came out of the task with their heads held high dressing up as police officers and turning around their teammates' poor mistakes. The betting odds give an implied probability of 28% that Hornby wins the show ahead of former favourite Dani Donovan who is out to 7/2 now to win.

20th February 2023

Megan Hornby New 5/2 Favourite to win in The Apprentice Betting Odds
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Megan Hornby New 5/2 Favourite to win in The Apprentice Betting Odds

We have a new favourite in the betting to win The Apprentice TV show and that is Megan Hornby, who bookmakers have now made the 5/2 favourite to win Lord Sugar's quarter of a million-pound investment in a business idea.

13th February 2023

The Apprentice Betting Odds: Dani Donovan remains favourite to win this year's Apprentice after second favourite Joe Phillips was FIRED last week!
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The Apprentice Betting Odds: Dani Donovan remains favourite to win this year's Apprentice after second favourite Joe Phillips was FIRED last week!

Hair Salon owner Dani Donovan remains the favourite for this year's series of The Apprentice according to our betting industry insider ahead of this week's episode. The contestants have to design a Children's lunchbox and app on this week's show and the odds may start to change around as more contenders are fired. Donovan has a 28% chance of winning the show according to the odds after impressing in recent weeks.

8th February 2023

The Apprentice Betting Odds: Dani Donovan is the NEW FAVOURITE at 5/2 to win The Apprentice ahead of this week's Dubai Corporate Hospitality task!
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The Apprentice Betting Odds: Dani Donovan is the NEW FAVOURITE at 5/2 to win The Apprentice ahead of this week's Dubai Corporate Hospitality task!

Hair Salon owner Dani Donovan is the new favourite to win this year's series of The Apprentice according to our betting industry insider ahead of this week's episode. Donovan has come right into 5/2 to win this year's series after impressing in recent weeks with former favourite Marnie Swindells drifting right out. Joe Phillips, who called himself the 'James Bond of the business world', is the second favourite at 4/1 to win the hit show.

27th January 2023

The Apprentice Betting Odds: Betting continues for The Apprentice after Lord Sugar fires another contestant after Week Four's budget task!
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The Apprentice Betting Odds: Betting continues for The Apprentice after Lord Sugar fires another contestant after Week Four's budget task!

Marnie Swindells stays as the favourite to win this year's series of The Apprentice following Week Four's infamous Discount Task. The latest betting odds from our betting industry expert see Swindells continue as the 7/2 favourite to win the show this year despite being on the losing team this week. Joe Phillips is the second favourite according to our betting expert who has him at 5/1 in the market with a 16% chance of winning the show.

24th January 2022

The Apprentice Betting Odds: Marnie Swindells remains favourite following Week Three's CHAOTIC Cartoons task saw another candidate leave the process!
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The Apprentice Betting Odds: Marnie Swindells remains favourite following Week Three's CHAOTIC Cartoons task saw another candidate leave the process!

Court Advocate Marnie Swindells remains favourite to win this year's series of The Apprentice ahead of Week Four's infamous Discount Task. The latest betting odds from our betting industry expert see Swindells remain the 7/2 favourite to win the show this year after the teams mixed for the first time last week. Joe Phillips is now the clear second favourite according to our betting expert who has him at 5/1 in the market with a 16% chance of winning the sho

13th January 2023

The Apprentice Betting Odds: Marnie Swindells now into 7/2 FAVOURITE to be hired by Lord Sugar after the girls team won Week Two's task!
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The Apprentice Betting Odds: Marnie Swindells now into 7/2 FAVOURITE to be hired by Lord Sugar after the girls team won Week Two's task!

Marnie Swindells is the new favourite to win this year's series of The Apprentice after the girls team won Week Two's Bao Bun task. The latest betting odds from our betting industry expert put Swindells as the 7/2 favourite to win the show this year as we head into Week Three's Cartoon task. Gregory Ebbs and Joe Phillips are the joint second favourites according to our betting expert who puts them both at 5/1 in the market.

11th January 2023

The Apprentice Betting Odds: 'Del Boy of Teesside' Brad Johnson remains the bookies favourite at 7/1 to win this year's Apprentice ahead of Week Two!
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The Apprentice Betting Odds: 'Del Boy of Teesside' Brad Johnson remains the bookies favourite at 7/1 to win this year's Apprentice ahead of Week Two!

Week Two of The Apprentice airs this Thursday evening and bookies continue to give odds on the potential winner of the show. Brad Johnson, who dubbed himself as the 'Del Boy of Teesside', is the 7/1 favourite for this year's series after Week One.

Betway have a whole host of odds for the candidates of this year's series with Megan Hornby the favourite female candidate at 10/1. The Hull sweetshop owner is looking for Alan Sugar to invest in her business which is described as the 'perfect hen do location'.

6th January 2023

The Apprentice Betting Odds: Brad Johnson the favourite after Week One after Ireland's Emma Browne was the first FIRED by Lord Sugar!
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The Apprentice Betting Odds: Brad Johnson the favourite after Week One after Ireland's Emma Browne was the first FIRED by Lord Sugar!

Emma Browne was the first contestant fired by Lord Sugar in this year's series of The Apprentice. Browne was given the boot by Lord Sugar after being disruptive to the girls team after constant bickering on the task.

The Irish contestant was a 12/1 shot to win the show before Thursday's episode but was the first person fired. 

The Apprentice History

The Apprentice format was created by producer Mark Burnet in 2004 with Donald Trump as the first host. 

In 2005 the series arrived in the UK with Alan Sugar in the Trump role. 

Originally candidates were competing for an apprenticeship with one of his companies, this changed in 2007 to a business investment. 

Youngest and Oldest Apprentice Candidates

At just 19 Lottie Lyon and Ryan-Mark Parsons (series 15) have been the youngest apprentice candidates. Amy Anzel (series 16) is the oldest at 48.

The winner would now receive 250K and Lord Sugar as their business partner. 



Viewing Figures for The Apprentice

Apprentice Viewing Figures

The show regularly pulls in around 7 million viewers in the UK.

Series Premiere date Finale date Winner Runner-up Average viewers (millions)
17 5 January 2023 23 March 2023 Marnie Swindells Rochelle Raye Anthony 6.54
16 6 January 2022 24 March 2022 Harpreet Kaur Kathryn Louise Burn 7.09
15 2 October 2019 18 December 2019 Carina Lepore Scarlett Allen-Horton 7.17
14 3 October 2018 16 December 2018 Sian Gabbidon Camilla Ainsworth 7.32
13 4 October 2017 17 December 2017 Sarah Lynn / James White 6.94
12 6 October 2016 18 December 2016 Alana Spencer Courtney Wood 7.28
11 14 October 2015 20 December 2015 Joseph Valente Vana Koutsomitis 7.33
10 14 October 2014 21 December 2014 Mark Wright Bianca Miller 7.4
9 7 May 2013 17 July 2013 Leah Totton Luisa Zissman 7.34
8 21 March 2012 3 June 2012 Ricky Martin Tom Gearing 7.35
7 10 May 2011 17 July 2011 Tom Pellereau Helen Milligan 8.8
6 6 October 2010 19 December 2010 Stella English Chris Bates 7.87
5 25 March 2009 7 June 2009 Yasmina Siadatan Kate Walsh 8.37
4 26 March 2008 11 June 2008 Lee McQueen Claire Young 7.29
3 28 March 2007 13 June 2007 Simon Ambrose Kristina Grimes 5.62
2 22 February 2006 10 May 2006 Michelle Dewberry Ruth Badger 4.43
1 16 February 2005 4 May 2005 Tim Campbell Saira Khan 2.6
Average 6.87
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The viewing figures for the Apprentice in 2023 were the lowest we had seen since 2008. We shall be keeping a close eye on them this year to see if this show could be under threat from a loss of interest from the once loyal audience.

List of The Apprentice Winners

Season Candidate WINNING TEAM (INCLUDING INTERVIEWS) PROJECT MANAGER WIN %
1 Tim Campbell 63.64% 50.00%
2 Michelle Dewberry 72.73% 50.00%
3 Simon Ambrose 54.55% 50.00%
4 Lee McQueen 72.73% 100.00%
5 Yasmina Siadatan 54.55% 100.00%
6 Stella English 72.73% 100.00%
7 Tom Pellereau 27.27% 0.00%
8 Ricky Martin 54.55% 33.33%
9 Leah Totton 45.45% 100.00%
10 Mark Wright 36.36% 0.00%
11 Joseph Valente 54.55% 50.00%
12 Alana Spencer 63.64% 100.00%
13 Sarah Lynn 63.64% 50.00%
13 James White 54.55% 50.00%
14 Sian Gabbidon 63.64% 100.00%
15 Carina Lepore 90.91% 100.00%
16 Harpreet Kaur 81.82% 66.67%
17 Marnie Swindells 63.64% 100.00%
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All Time Apprentice Task Data

The table below shows the tasks the Apprentice winners undertook and how successful they were in the tasks. 

Season Candidate 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
1 Tim Campbell WIN IN TASK LOST LOSE IN IN IN TASK LOST IN BR IN HIRED
1 Saira Khan LOSE TASK LOST IN IN TASK LOST BR TASK LOST IN LOSE IN IN RUNNER-UP
1 Paul Torrisi IN IN IN IN BR LOSE IN BR WIN BR FIRED
1 James Max IN IN IN WIN IN IN LOSE IN BR WIN FIRED
1 Miriam Staley TASK LOST BR TASK LOST TASK LOST IN WIN IN BR IN FIRED PROJECT MANAGER
1 Raj Dhonota IN WIN IN IN TASK LOST TASK LOST BR WIN FIRED
1 Ben Leary IN IN BR TASK LOST IN IN WIN FIRED PROJECT MANAGER
1 Sebastian Schrimpff IN IN TASK LOST TASK LOST WIN IN FIRED
1 Rachel Groves TASK LOST TASK LOST IN IN LOSE FIRED
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Apprentice FAQ

FAQ

The Apprentice (UK)

  • Do bookmakers offer Apprentice betting odds?

    Apprentice betting odds are available at the start of each series.

  • Who is the favourite to win the Apprentice?

    The favourite along with all the new Apprentice candidates will be published shortly. 

  • Have more males or females won the Apprentice?

    8 males and 9 females have won the Apprentice including when the prize was shared in the 2017 series.  

Article Contributor Information

This Apprentice Betting article was constructed by our Senior News Editor and Entertainment Specialist Jake Ashton who reports daily for OLBG News on all Entertainment, Reality TV and Award show betting. Jake is often quoted in the national press for his opinion on entertainment betting and manages all of the Entertainment and TV Specials Blogs on OLBG.

Jake Ashton

Jake Ashton

Senior news editor

Jake is a keen reality TV fan and our expert on Specials betting, encompassing, Reality TV and Award shows among others. If it is a niche market found in the Specials section of a betting site, Jake has seen it and written about it. If he isn't at the Etihad watching Man City that is!
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Blog Editor

If you want to know anything about a football club manager then Nigel is your go-to guy. Nigel has written about every manager at every football club in the English football league, Scotland and across Europe in our next manager blogs section and is in touch daily for all football managerial moves, rumours and sackings.

- Nigel Skinner, Blog content manager

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Dan Tracey is our very own Data Fact Checker who enhances our blogs with the latest data that is relevant to the information provided by our editors. Dan is the go-to guy for Data and Facts around a whole host of different topics with his information contributing to a large amount of content provided by OLBG.

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