The Apprentice 2016 business plans revealed! Final five pitch their ideas...

What are The Apprentice 2016 candidates' business plans?


It's the interview stages of The Apprentice 2016 tonight as the final five candidates have their business plans scrutinised.

But what exactly are the final five's businesses that they're hoping Lord Sugar to invest in? Here we reveal all...

Alana Spencer

Alana is hoping to expand on her current home bakery business by turning it into a wholesale cake company. She wants to make big profit selling tray bakes - like brownies - to smaller, independent shops. Alana says her cakes cost pence to make but can retail for as much as £3.

Frances Bishop

Frances hopes to expand her current chain of discount children's clothes shops. Frances' business involves buying old, out of season or bankrupt stock which is then sold at rock bottom prices.

Courtney Wood

Courtney's business plan is an online website selling novelty gifts. While he currently mainly sells products created by others, he also hopes to expand on his own design ideas for gifts.

Jessica Cunningham

Jessica is pitching an online clothing brand for the celebrity, social media obsessed youngster. She'd pay celebs to wear her outfits to events and plug them online to sell products via word of mouth.

Grainne McCoy

Grainne's business is a make up training and recruitment agency, as well as a make up store selling beauty products to the trade and independent make up artists.

The Apprentice 2016 airs Thursday night on BBC One at 9PM

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